Sefton Coastal Path 4: Birkdale - Crossens

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The walk first goes up Rotten Row, where the street is lined with flower-beds of an informal, 'cottagey' nature. It then makes its way through the more formal gardens south of the marine lake, which it follows to its northern end, passing what claims to be the smallest pub in England. From here it changes in character. The old sea wall has a right of way running along it and it now overlooks a vast RSPB reserve.

England - North England - Merseyside - Coast

Features

Birds, Church, Flowers, Good for Wheelchairs, Great Views, Lake/Loch, Play Area, Pub, Sea, Toilets, Wildlife
25/02/2008 - Michael and Marian Vaughn

As Jim says, two totally different sections on this walk but both lovely. We have really enjoyed the Sefton Coastal Path - such differing scenes; seaside promenades, beaches, sand dunes, nature reserves and open country; each picturesque in its own way.      

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19.9 Miles