This page is dedicated to a list of downloadable 'local' walks that start and/or finish in Frodsham and are not full of adverts.
InFrodsham has an article with details of footpaths here.
Another source of walks is from viewranger
Weekend Walks: Frodsham Marsh A link to a Nub News article - A circular walk starting and ending at Marsh Lane.
A winter walk through Hob Hey Wood A link to Friends of Hob Hey Wood web page. A 45min to 1.5 Hour circular walk.
Around The Hills Taken from 'Frodsham Parish Paths' - available from the Town Council Office. A 2 hour circular walk that takes you around some of the best known and most interesting parts of Frodsham.
The Weaver Valley Taken from 'Frodsham Parish Paths' - available from the Town Council Office. A 2.5 hour circular walk that takes you along the Weaver Valley visiting the river, ponds and a piece of woodland.
Frodsham Pond Trail (a walk for all seasons). "The Frodsham pond trail is slightly over 8km/5miles long so allow 2 to 3 hours to complete, or just walk a small section. "
6.5 mile Frodsham Festival of Walks 2018 Walk 19: Pub Lunch at the Red Bull. "An easy 4 mile walk through fields and woods to the Red Bull in Kingsley for a pub lunch followed then 2.5 miles back across the..."
2 mile 'moderate' circular walk from the Netherton Hall to Overton Hill "A pleasant woodland stroll to a nearby war memorial with fine views over the Mersey Estuary to Liverpool"
4.6 mile 'fairly easy' circular walk from the Netherton Hall to Frodsham Marsh "An interesting, level walk around the bird-rich lagoons and reed-beds of Frodsham Marsh - take your binoculars!"
6.6 mile 'moderate' circular walk from the Netherton Hall to Helsby Hill and Avanley "Two hillforts, mixed walking in farmland and woodland, and rocky outcrops with wide views."
3 mile circular walk from Frodsham Hill car park towards Helsby. "Climb to this prominent hill on the Mid-Cheshire Ridge on this lovely walk in Cheshire. Frodsham or Overton Hill stands at a height of 500 feet (152 metres) offering fabulous views over the Cheshire Plain and the Mersey estuary. The walk also visits Woodhouses Iron Age Hillfort which is protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument." (map)
6 mile walk of Frodsham Hill and part of the Sandstone Trail. "Friendly Frodsham is the start and finish of this pleasant walk taking in a section of a famous Trail which offers uplifting views and points of historic interest WORDS AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY KEITH CARTER"
13 mile circular walk from central Frodsham to Delamere Forest "A route from Frodsham using the Sandstone Trail and the Delamere Way to create a fine 13 mile circular walk. The route visits and Iron Age hillfort, the expansive Delamere Forest and Blakemere Moss Lake." (map)