Let Lola, the Cane Corso, guide you through some of her favourite places to be walked in Greater Manchester and beyond. Lola is a seven year old rescue Cane Corso (Italian mastiff) adopted from the Cane Corso UK & Molosser Rescue. Lola's human, Vince, is an experienced Cane Corso owner who has uploaded more of their walks for all to enjoy.

Chorlton Water Park

Manchester's first designated local nature reserve is one of the most popular spots in the Mersey Valley. Set around a central lake with meandering paths leading into woodlands and wildflower meadows, the 170-acre site boasts common spotted and northern marsh orchid in summer. 

Location: Chorlton, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M21 7WH

Styal Woods

Take a stroll across the network of winding paths through Styal Woods in the National Trust owned Styal Country Park. The Woods are located next to Quarry Bank and follow the River Bollin.

Location: Styal, Wilmslow, SK9 4JQ

Entwistle Reservoir

If you head north from Bolton you'll find Entwistle Reservoir which provides a easy but scenic circular walk. 

Location: Edgworth, Lancashire, BL7 0LU

Spud Wood, Lymm

Planted on a former potato field, Spud Wood, provides 2km of paths to follow in woodland 1.6km from Lymm. Managed by the Woodland Trust, Spud Wood has parking available but can also be accessed on foot from the Bridgewater Canal.

Location: Lymm WA13, UK