HoylakeWallasey

Hoywal one
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Distance

11km/7mi

Ascent

76 m

Descent

73 m

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Hoylake and Wallasey.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Hoylake and Wallasey.

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This route has been reviewed by 4 people.

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Reviews - 4

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Is this route good enough? -  Yes (4)

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Downloads - 5

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Start and end points

Hoylake
Grid Ref SJ2166588753
Lat / Lon 53.38980° / -3.17934°
Easting / Northing 321,665E / 388,753N
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Wallasey
Grid Ref SJ2903692893
Lat / Lon 53.42805° / -3.06947°
Easting / Northing 329,036E / 392,893N
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Hoywal One's land is

Estuary 27.2%
Green urban 3.9%
Intertidal flats 18.4%
Pasture 8.1%
Urban 42.5%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018

Reviews


Brian John Moffett

27 Mar 2022

Any decision to walk the Hoylake to Wallasey route should consider the most reliable way to reach the start. My wife and I arrived at a bus stop in Hoylake to travel to the Wallasey startpoint only to find the bus mentioned on the Internet timetable does not run from the indicated place. Any disappointment was diluted by walking to the midpoint and then (amazingly) walking back! A lot better than nothing. Great path, excellent views and perfect weather.


Hiking Historian

20 Feb 2022

A very good coastal route, accessible to all. Only blown sand in a couple of sections may impede wheeled users, but they are easily bypassed. Paved roads at either end, close to public transport, and a mostly concrete seawall walk along a sometimes exposed coast. Great to blow the cobwebs away!.


Claire Hitchmough

05 Feb 2022

Lovely, flat route, mostly on wide, pedestrian friendly paving. Beautiful views over the Wales and Hilbre Island. The path around Leasowe Bay can get very sandy sometimes. There is a nice cafe, the green hut, at Moreton shore. Highly recommended walk - peaceful.


Tgiles

27 Apr 2021

This route has road sections with pavement at its start and end. At the Wallasey end, using the Harvester Derby Pool access road rather than continuing North to the sea wall is a quieter route. Navigation is easy, and there are extensive beach and sea views. For most of the route the surface is concrete but there is a section between the Old Gunsite and Leasowe Lighthouse which is unsealed and stony. Adjacent cycling and walking paths are present but usage is confused. It is almost impossible to walk most of the route without having to avoid cyclists using the path. Refreshments and toilets are available at Derby Pool (Wallasey), the Green Hut (just before Leasowe Lighthouse) and in Hoylake.


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