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Parkgate Walk






Grade: Easy Distance: 5km/3 miles Time: 2 hours Start: Old Baths car park, Parkgate Map: OS Explorer 266 Terrain: Generally flat along good surfaces (short grass over golf course). Barriers: 2 kissing gates, no stiles. Toilets: Several PHs and cafes along the way. Public toilets are also signed off the Parade. The town was once a bustling port, but the ships are now a distant memory. The silting of the river has left a rich marsh which, at high tides during the winter months, provides some of the most spectacular bird watching in the North West of England.

Walk Waypoints

  1. 1 Start at the Old Baths car park, North Parade. Follow the path along the sea wall. Continue along the edge of the golf course to the sandstone rock.
  2. 2 Turn right across the golf course and keep to the path between the blue posts. Go through the kissing gate, across the bridlepath and turn right onto the Wirral Way.
  3. 3 Follow the Wirral Way for about 2km, passing under two brick bridges and over a wooden bridge.
  4. 4 Turn right through the gap in the trees onto a cobbled path at the old station.
  5. 5 Go through the gate and turn left down the road. At Station Road turn right, following it to the promenade and back to the car park.

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