Sefton

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Size (acreage)1250
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'The Reserve has a network of around 8 miles of footpaths marked by colour – banded posts ... The Woodland and Fisherman’s Path are also accessible by bike, pushchairs and wheelchairs. '

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Natural England

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Formby [National Trust]

Type of Website
Overview

'Freshfield Ramblers is a walking group for adults of all ages. A modest minimum level of physical ability is required: you should be able to walk 8 miles or so at a reasonable pace, over occasionally rough terrain carrying a day pack, sometimes in adverse weather conditions.'

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'Maghull Rambling Club, formed in 1976, is a friendly, informal organisation which aims to provide country walks for people who either wish to start a new pastime, or who are already experienced in hill and mountain walking.'

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'An area of open space and tranquillity close to the popular towns of Crosby, Formby, Ainsdale and Southport, England's Classic Resort ... Walking and Cycling are great ways to get closer to the fantastic array of flora and fauna found on Sefton's Natural Coast. The suggested trails ... are designed to help visitors discover the interesting places on offer by foot and/or bike.'

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'We are a friendly club of walkers who enjoy mountain walking throughout the year.'

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Member of the Ramblers - Merseyside and West Cheshire Area Grouping

Distance (miles)21
Type of Walk
Overview

'A stimulating journey through a wonderful variety of landscapes with a rich biodiversity of wildlife and a fascinating history.'

Distance (miles)2
Type of Walk
Overview

'Southport is home to a number of beautiful parks and gardens and for this reason the town is often referred to as the floral capital of the North West. These verdant spaces have contributed to the enjoyable floral character of the town for many years. Visited by thousands, the gardens are an important cultural asset for the people of the region, and have become much-loved tourist attractions in their own right.'

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Visit Southport

Distance (miles)215
Type of Walk
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'An exciting route for walkers, cyclists and horse riders linking the North and Irish seas, passing through the Pennines, alongside rivers and canals and through some of the most historic towns and cities in the North of England.'

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Trans Pennine Trail Office

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