'Biking the backroads' is a pleasant 20km circular route along the quiet country lanes of Cheshire, or you can cycle to it from your cabin, which will more or less double the distance. It takes in the beautiful Marbury Country Park, where you can enjoy a picnic stop. For a longer cycle, you can create a circular route on the National Cycle Network. Pick up Sustrans Regional Cycle Network route 70 at Delamere Forest and take it east to the River Weaver. Here it joins Sustrans National Cycle Network route 5, and you should head west on route 5 as it follows the river. Keep going through Frodsham and on towards Chester. Pick up route 70 again from Chester and head back east to Delamere Forest. The route is approximately 70km and gives you an opportunity to enjoy the countryside of west Cheshire. On this ride, you are travelling a portion of the Cheshire Cycleway, route 70, which is a challenging 283km circular route, that pushes towards the southern, eastern and western borders of the county and offers some thrilling and challenging sections.