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Where do you like to walk?

May 18, 2017

Alongside a river, the beach, through woodland or open country, or perhaps you prefer city walks.

In our Spring Walking Festival you’ll be able to try all of these.

Saturday 27th May to Sunday 4th June, Liverpool Ramblers have a walk every day.  The walks are throughout Merseyside :- Wirral, Sefton, West Lancs, St Helens and of course Liverpool, and give a wide variety of walks.


All walks are free, and are led by an experienced walker.  Distances are from 4 to 11 miles.  

Most walks start at about 11:00am and the starting points are all accessible by public transport. 

Wear stout shoes or boots, bring food and drink.


Join a walk to see some familiar, and maybe some new places.  You have probably driven past “The Dream” many times – this is the chance to see it close up.


Other places we will visit include the Formby Pinewoods – one of the few remaining habitats of the red squirrel; the pretty villages of Thorrnton Hough and Port Sunlight, and  Liverpool’s historic

city centre.  Or you can really step out and join the Coast to Coast walk - from the River Mersey to the River Dee.


What better way to take a break. Come with family or friends, or come on your own and make new friends.  And of course get some good healthy exercise.

For full details of our Spring Walking Festival visit www.liverpool ramblers.org.uk

Just turn up at the meeting place, but if you want more information, or to tell us you are coming along, call Yvonne 07918 718947 or Janet 07989 160191

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