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  1. Add Chorlton Water Park to your Itinerary

    Chorlton Water Park

    Local nature reserve and site of biological importance. Canoeing, dinghy, sailing, windsurfing, angling, horse riding, orienteering, model boating and children's play area.

  2. Add Jumbles Country Park Information Centre and Cafe to your Itinerary

    Jumbles Country Park Information Centre and Cafe

    Jumbles Country Park boasts beautiful parkland, reservoir and picturesque walks through a network of footpaths radiating up the valley and across adjacent hills.

  3. Add Pennington Flash Country Park to your Itinerary

    Pennington Flash Country Park

    Teeming with bird life including Canada geese. This is a nature reserve centred on a huge lake. This watery wonderland is abundant with butterflies and dragonflies, and has play and picnic areas in which to let off steam.

  4. Add High Force Waterfall to your Itinerary

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    High Force Waterfall

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    High Force is the most majestic of the waterfalls on the River Tees. The falls are only a short walk from a bus stop, car park and picnic area.

  5. Add Longford Park to your Itinerary

    Longford Park

    Longford Park is the largest municipal park in the borough of Trafford covering approximately 22 hectares.

  6. Add Queen's Park, Green Flag Award to your Itinerary

    Queen's Park, Green Flag Award

    With tranquil gardens and a picturesque lake for visitors to enjoy, Queen’s Park is not only a Green Flag Park, it's also a great day out for all the family.

  7. Add Ashworth and Roch Valleys to your Itinerary

    Ashworth and Roch Valleys

    Spectacular views are available in the wooded river valleys and hillside areas around the Ashworth Valley.

  8. Add Piethorne Valley to your Itinerary

    Piethorne Valley

    2 miles from Newhey, the 6 reservoirs in the Piethorne Valley are surrounded by open moorland.

  9. Add Rochdale Memorial Gardens, Green Flag Award to your Itinerary

    Rochdale Memorial Gardens, Green Flag Award

    The restored Rochdale Memorial Gardens provide a quality public green space in the heart of Rochdale town centre.

  10. Add Trafford Ecology Park to your Itinerary

    Trafford Ecology Park

    In the heart of the World's first industrial estate the ecology park offers opportunities for short walks and nature study. The site is not large and a walk around the lake should take no more than half an hour there are benches and picnic tables.

  11. Add Philips Park to your Itinerary

    Philips Park

    Grade II listed and many of it's 19th Century features are still remaining to this day.

  12. Add Clifton Country Park to your Itinerary

    Clifton Country Park

    Clifton Country Park Local Nature Reserve is approximately 48 hectares of scenic urban fringe countryside in Salford, with woods, meadows, ponds and a lake to explore and remnants of the city's industrial past to discover.

  13. Add Wigan Flashes to your Itinerary

    Wigan Flashes

    There are eight shallow wetlands or ‘Flashes’ in the area which were formed as a result of mining subsidence. Over the years and with careful maintenance the industrial landscape has developed in to a mixture of beautiful habitats.

  14. Add Peel Park to your Itinerary

    Peel Park

    Just next to Salford University, this park features a host of attractions including the Marie Curie Field of Hope and part of the Irwell Valley Sculpture Trail.

  15. Add Three Sisters Recreation Area to your Itinerary

    Three Sisters Recreation Area

    The Three Sisters Recreation Area offers a first class motor sports arena, a boating lake and pleasant nature trails which cater for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

  16. Add Worsley Village to your Itinerary

    Worsley Village

    The canal linked the Duke of Bridgewater's mines in Worsley to Manchester, enabling enough coal to reach the city centre to kick start the industrial revolution. Beautiful black and white buildings, one of the oldest dry-docks in the country.

  17. Add Chorlton Ees Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Chorlton Ees Nature Reserve

    Chorlton Ees Nature Reserve is a 58 hectacre site designated as Site of Biological Importance, with a wonderful mix of woodland and meadows. 

  18. Add Lyme Park to your Itinerary

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    Lyme Park

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    Nestling on the edge of the Peak District, Lyme Park was once a great sporting estate and home of the Legh family for over 500 years.

  19. Add Wythenshawe Park to your Itinerary

    Wythenshawe Park

    Extensive glasshouses where total plant stock for city parks and civic buildings is propagated. Elizabethan house set in 109 acres of parkland.

  20. Add Healey Dell Nature Reserve & Tea Rooms to your Itinerary

    Healey Dell Nature Reserve & Tea Rooms

    Healey Dell is a beauty spot and wildlife sanctuary rich in industrial archaeology, 2 miles from Rochdale town centre on the way to Whitworth and Bacup.

  21. Add Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre to your Itinerary

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    Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre

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    Home to the world-famous Lovell Telescope, a visit to the iconic Jodrell Bank site makes for an exhilarating day out.

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