Netherton to Crosby Coastal Park
Starting at Aldrins Lane, where it joins the Leeds Liverpool Canal towpath, this route is wheelchair and cycle accessible. The route is approximately 6.5km long. View details of the Netherton to Crosby Coastal Park route.
Entering the Rimrose Valley, a wonderful country park in the middle of a built up area that gives great views of Liverpool, and then travelling on down to Bootle, the main route heads out to the Coast and finishes on the banks of the Mersey at Crosby Leisure Centre. You can take the opportunity to stop and have refreshments here, or alternatively, walk or cycle down the promenade to Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre. There are views all along this promenade of the famous Anthony Gormleys sculpture, Another Place.
There is no railway station close to Aldrins Lane however for bus details, see the Traveline website.