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Drove from Speke 2 miles .parked up walked around a bit lots of dogs off their leads.this is just a doggy park.could see runcorn bridge and area clean- Wouldn't come here in winter months .bit dark and off the beaten track.nothing to rave about i...More
Relatively attractive meadowland with an unfortunately unattractive view across the river to industrial landscape. A lot of rubbish and debris washing up on the banks at high tide. Ok for walking the dog but rather depressing in general.
Slightly better in late spring and summer...More
Have known about Pickering Pasture for many years but have never been until Saturday pleasant walks on Tarmac paths or over girls and along the river Mersey industrial views but worth the views for all bird life and fauna and flora possible to walk further...More
As the name suggests, this is a pasture.... just a pasture. Provides a pleasant walk on a summers afternoon if you've run out of other things to do but you know you need to get out somewhere. Best visited late spring or early summer when...More
This can be a lovely place if the wind is blowing the right way, lots of wildlife and some nice walks as well as a bird hide. The only negative which puts me off visiting is the putrid stench that comes from the old granox...More
Stunning area enjoyed a bike ride here one Sunday morning with friends!! Nice to walk around with good views along the river Mersey! Was disappointed that the cafe wasn't open and on checking the information board it gave a vague insight into opening "open roughly...More
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they go up very high. a friend refuses to go up them as 'she feels dizzy'! BUT I have heart problems and arthritis and I managed them o.k. by taking it slowly and having rests. it helps that the steps themselves aren't... More
they go up very high. a friend refuses to go up them as 'she feels dizzy'! BUT I have heart problems and arthritis and I managed them o.k. by taking it slowly and having rests. it helps that the steps themselves aren't steep, i.e. they are 'shallow' and set apart, so you are not constantly climbing sharply. you would need to be fit though if you were also managing a bike or pushchair. there is foilage all around so you can't see how far up you are, you needn't look over! unfortunately to enjoy the full walk you do have to get over them-it is well worth it.