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Walking the Wirral Way

John Williams

Walking the Wirral Way

by John Williams

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Published by John Williams in Greasby .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wirral Way.

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    Statementby John Williams.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22386644M

    A third party piece of software such as an anti-virus or firewall that plugs into your web browser affects the way it displays pages. If you believe that you have javascript enabled, try deleting any temporary internet files/cache and ensure that your system is up to date with the . Along the Dee Estuary, the Way briefly links into the Wirral Way and from Hoylake, the Wirral Coastal Walk provides a mile extension to Seacombe. The Wirral Way (12 miles) uses the track of an old railway that goes from West Kirby to Hooton in mid-Wirral offering superb views .

    Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path. Choose and book a National Trail break or be inspired by our suggested itineraries. Read facts about the Trail and watch the Trail video. Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path Trail Information. Find out about the Trail and use the interactive map to explore accommodation, services and attractions on the route. Walking, Cycling and Riding Along the Wirral Way and the Story of the Hooton to West Kirby Railway by/5.

    The Wirral Way, which incorporates the Wirral Country Park, is an impressive stretch of miles from West Kirby all the way to Hooton in Chester. Not only is it the perfect place for a leisurely walk, but you can also cycle the trail with a number of stop offs along the way in beautiful places such as West Kirby, Thurstaston and also Parkgate. Wirral Way Circular Trail Hooton Road Willaston CH66 7NA. The start will be signposted from Hooton Train Station where there are portable toilets and coach drop off (appox mtrs walk over the bridge onto the Wirral Way). Runners can start the race from 9am to am Marshals will filter runners down to the start line as the area has narrow paths.


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Walking the Wirral Way by John Williams Download PDF EPUB FB2

For general information on Public Rights of Way in South East Wirral, please click here. Longer walks. If you like a challenge then these are for you. Wirral has so much to offer, from hills and forests to beaches and quaint hamlets and the below walks explore them all.

Arrowe Park to Parkgate Circular walk. A book of 30 short walks from Wirral Villages ranging from 1 to 5 miles in length on a vast network of footpaths. Read more Walking, Cycling and Riding Along the Wirral Way and the Story of the Hooton to West Kirby Railway.

Book Accommodation Type: - Any -- B&Bs, Guest Houses & Inns Hotels Pet Friendly Self Catering & Holiday Cottages Serviced Apartments Unusual Accommodation Location: - Any -- Bebington Birkenhead and Oxton Brimstage Bromborough & Eastham Caldy & Thurstaston Greasby, Frankby, Irby Heswall Hoylake & Meols Moreton & Leasowe Port Sunlight South.

Walking the Wirral Way: Mission Complete. 6 November 6 November News My annual physical challenge this year was met by Walking the Wirral Way, Hooton to West Kirby and back all the way to Neston – 22 miles in total – undertaken with my good friends: David Williams, Jonny Williams, Al de la Hoyde and Rustie.

Walking the Wirral Way Paperback – 1 Jan. by John Williams (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: John Williams. The Wirral Way walking and cycling trail also runs through the park. You can follow the trail to the lovely village of Parkgate where there are great views across the marshes of the Dee Estuary and large variety of wildfowl and waders to look out for.

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The first was published by Metropolitan Borough of Wirral Libraries and Arts Department Leisure Services inentitled "The Hooton to West Kirby Branch Line and the Wirral Way". This book (now out of print) covered the history of the line in some detail and appealed to the many people who now walk or ride along the old track-bed.

12 miles (19 km) This is a terrific walk or cycle ride that runs along a pleasant traffic free path through the Wirral Countryside and along the coastal estuary of the River Dee.

It follows the track bed of part of the former Birkenhead Railway route from Hooton to West Kirby. You start off at Hooton Railway Station near Ellesemere Port and head towards Neston entering the lovely Wirral Country Park on the way. Walking in Wirral Wirral's rich culture and heritage can easily be discovered on foot.

You can walk through beautiful countryside, stumble on pretty villages or walk along miles of beaches with. Toilets: Several PHs and cafes along the way. Public toilets are also signed off the Parade. Parkgate, with its tremendous views across the internationally important Dee Estuary towards the Welsh Hills, provides the setting for this fascinating, yet gentle walk.

The town was once a bustling port, but the ships are now a distant memory. The Wirral Way is a path on the track of an old railway that goes from West Kirby to Hooton in mid-Wirral offering superb views over the Dee Estuary to Wales.

Originally the railway formed a circuit of Wirral and this is the missing link. It is situated within Wirral Country Park. Wirral Country Park is.

Wirral Way: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Wirral Way. Francis Frith The UK’s leading publisher of local photographs since Sign-in or Register. Gift Cards Help Contact Us UK (£) Choose A Francis Frith Shop UK (£) For UK & International delivery US ($) For US/Canada delivery.

Wirral (/ ˈ w ɪr əl /), also known as The Wirral, is a peninsula in North West roughly rectangular peninsula is about 15 miles (24 km) long and 7 miles (11 km) wide and is bounded by the River Dee to the west that forms a boundary with Wales, the River Mersey to the east, and the Irish Sea to the north.

Historically, Wirral was wholly within Cheshire; in the Domesday Book, its. 'The Wirral is unique in that it is fortunate to have the Wirral Way which incorporates the Wirral Country Park, a stunning stretch of miles that runs from West Kirby all the way to Hooton in Chester The Wirral Way itself is the old disused railway line that has now been turned into a stunning coastal path running along the Wirral Peninsular.'.

When doing so I shall certainly factor in a day to complete the Wirral Way and find out what more this fascinating walk has to offer. Top The Hooton to Parkgate branch line opened on the 1st October and this walk uses the old trackbed of the Parkgate to West Kirby section.

The Rotary Club of North Wirral is responsible for organising the Coastal Walk and the information contained on this website. Please use the information freely as you need to participate, but do not copy items unless it is to assist your participation on the Wirral Coastal Walk.

Within the content of our website, there are links to other websites. Opening hours visitor centre open 10am to pm, 7 days a week (closed 25 to 29 December) no overnight parking or camping permitted Things to do Wirral Way – 12 mile long combined walking and cycle route with separate horse riding route self-guided trails - maps available from visitor centre enjoy a picnic or BBQ overlooking the Dee Estuary walk on the beach ranger-led events.

Circular Walks in Wirral has been written as a guide to some of Wirral's most peaceful and scenic corners. The walks outlined will take you through the very best of Wirral's countryside, a mix of woodland and farmland, quiet lanes and bridleways, as well as windswept marshes and sandy : Mara Books.

Circular Walks in Wirral will take you to some of Wirral’s most peaceful and scenic corners, Eye Books Limited — publishers of inspiring, award-winning walking books and maps, including official guides and walking books for the Sandstone Trail — the Lake District, Peak District, Yorkshire Dales, South West Coast Path.

hi everyone, Mr T. and myself have recently been up to liverpool for a few days. whilst there we decided to walk The Wirral Way. This is a 12 mile walk along an old disused railway line from West Kirby down to Hooton.

we would recommend this walk as its a very flat easy walk, very good underfoot (not very muddy) and has great views out over the Dee estuary and North Wales. we were.1st Thurstaston Scout Group, Thurstaston. likes 63 talking about this 22 were here.

Skateboarding, climbing, kayaking, camping, sailing, orienteering 5/5(1).Marco's passions for excellent food in relaxed surroundings are a unique added extra to the Holiday Inn Express. The Wirral peninsula is home to some of the most picturesque countryside in the United Kingdom, walking the Wirral way or possibly to Hilbre Island are a must for anyone looking for some fresh air and gentle exercise.