Fjallraven Manchester Walk Success

On the 30th July Fjallraven Manchester Store and local members of the public re-connected with nature and walked Stage 1 of the GM Ringway, a largely traffic-free escape from the city to the tranquil Mersey Valley.

With a great turn out, the walk was well received, Store Manager Darren shared “it was great to get outdoors with the community. People often travel afar to find a nature trail to trek; however, you don’t have to travel too far from Manchester to be at one with nature”.

The day started off at the Fjallraven Manchester store where participants were offered coffee and pastries before the walk began. The Fjallraven Manchester store offered free gifts to those who attended which many seemed pleased about, who doesn’t love a free gift? Those who joined the walk were also invited back to the store after the walk had finished where they browsed the latest Fjallraven pieces.

During the walk participants got to share their love for the outdoors and nature together, trekking through the historic canal towpaths, pedestrian walkways, urban parkland and the trans Pennine trail to trace largely traffic-free and quiet route from the city centre to the verdant Mersey valley.

Be sure to keep checking back to see when the next Fjallraven Manchester Store will take place, you won’t want to miss it.


Participants of the Fjällräven Walk in Manchester trek across a lush green field, with some sporting colourful Fjällräven backpacks.
Group of hikers with Fjällräven backpacks gathered at Manchester United's Old Trafford, with the famous United Trinity statue prominent in the background.
A Manchester Fjällräven Walk with people strolling by a canal lined with modern and traditional architecture under construction, reflecting urban development and outdoor activity.
People walking across a square in Manchester in front of a historic building, one individual prominently carrying a black Fjällräven backpack
Urban art on a small building with graffiti stating 'Love your green space' featuring a heart and tree symbol, surrounded by greenery.

Images taken by photographer @andrewbarlowphoto