Chester Festive Daywalk 2019
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Chester is one of England's finest cities with the most complete example of Roman city walls in the UK. The City granted it's status in 1541, was the last to fall to the Normans during the assault by William the Conqueror.
We'll head from the station in the direction of the City Walls. Walking along the walls past Chester Racecourse & down to the River Dee. We'll follow the course of the Dee as far as the City limits, passing some of the City's most impressive properties, returning towards the city via the Duke of Westminter's estate.
This short 6 mile walk will take in the best sights of Chester and will be finished around mid afternoon. You'll then be free to do your own thing or you can join us for lunch at a local pub.
What to bring
The majority of the walk will be in the City but please wear appropriate footwear for potentially muddy fields & forest trails.
Food & drink
As this is a short walk we will finish in Chester around lunchtime, where you can join us for lunch or head into Chester to do your own thing.