Irby - Arrowe Brook - Irby Hill - Thurstaston Common - Harrock Wood - Irby

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Some of the footpaths on this circular walk are ancient and pass along excellent and beautiful tree lined routes, often alongside babbling streams with much of it belonging to the National Trust. Others meander through fresh meadows, and one goes through a private field where you may see small pigs rooting around. You can also expect to see squirrels, horses (photo on the right), and cows. There are some pavements to navigate, but not too many, and there are no hills This is one of three alternative walks in this locality, each with a different route. The other two being 3501 & 3502.

This walk is suitable for children, senior citizens, and anyone in-between. Also excellent for dogs but hopeless for wheelchairs & buggies. The majority of the paths on this circular walk are in excellent condition and should not normally be muddy so any flat soled will be okay, but boots will be best, and walkers should have no problems wearing shorts. There is food, drinks and toilets at the Irby Mill pub, at the northernmost point of the walk and also at the Anchor Inn at Irby. You will pass a bench seat in Thurstaston Common and another by Irby high street.

England - North England - Cheshire - Wirral


Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Flowers, Gift Shop, Great Views, Mostly Flat, National Trust, Pub, Public Transport, Restaurant, Wildlife, Woodland

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