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Sefton Park to Runcorn Cycle Route



England > Merseyside > Liverpool
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameSefton Park to Runcorn
Distance : miles (km)12.36  (19.89)
Duration(hh:mm)01:12
Difficulty
Posted Byhappy
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityLiverpool
County/RegionMerseyside
Start LocationSefton Park, Aigburth
End LocationRuncorn Bridge
Cycle Steps
A nice route avoiding the roads as much as possible.

Starting in Sefton Park, make your way to otterspool promenade. You can do this quite simply by heading down Jericho Lane.

Once on the promenade cycle to the end, turn left off the path and head into the housing estate.

Follow the road out back on to Aigburth Drive. Turn right and head towards Garstang, Speke.

When you pass Merseyside Retail Park on your left, turn left into the Estuary retail park, at first round about turn left heading towards the airport.

When at the airport, turn left onto Dunlop Road and follow this all the way to Hale.

When leaving Hale there is a road on the right handside that takes you down onto the Trans Pennine cycle route. Once on that cycle round onto the coastal path and follow that until you are within site of the bridge.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Sitting Bull, Otterspool Promenade, Runcorn Bridge

Near By Cycle Shops
COAST CYCLES
Speke Halfords
Cycling Clubs located in this region
Phoenix C.C.
Your comments?
posted by:mattkRating : difficult :
You can also turn right onto Dungeon Lane after the airport. This takes you right to the end of the runway. Follow the road to the bottom and join the path to the left. You can follow the banks of the Mersey which brings you out a Hale lighthouse. Follow Lighthouse Rd which turns into Church Rd and continue route. This is a nice detour


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