Leasowe Lighthouse - Coastal Park Beach - Sand Dunes - Leasowe Lighthouse

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This is an easy stroll along the promenade section of the North Wirral Coastal Park, returning mostly the same way you went. The prevailing winds that blow across it from the Irish Sea are delightfully refreshing in summer, but in winter and on cool days they can feel very chilly indeed. The park is very popular with local people, even midweek in cool weather. The walk features an old lighthouse - see details in 'Additional info' below - (photo on the right). The route for this walk includes some sheltered sand dune paths and kissing gates for variety, but this is a walk for those sturdy folk who like to enjoy a good fresh sea breeze.

The walk is suitable for children, senior citizens, and anyone in-between. Also for dogs, wheelchairs and buggies, although wheelchairs will need to mainly stick to the concrete promenade. Suitable footwear - anything flat soled will be fine and shorts will be good on hot days. There are ice cream vans on the larger car parks, but no toilets, so if the need is urgent you will have to hide in the dunes.

England - North England - Cheshire - Wirral


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Castle, Flowers, Good for Kids, Good for Wheelchairs, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Public Transport, Sea, Wildlife

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