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The walk is 1.76km (1.09 miles) and takes about 30 minutes
Culcheth Linear Park car park
You can park in Culcheth Linear car park
The No. 19 bus between Warrington and Leigh stops at the entrance to Wigshaw Lane
The walk is 2.84km (1.75 miles) and takes about an hour.
Taylor Street or Chester Road
Park considerately in Taylor Street. Walk to the Old Quay Canal, either by the boat walk from Taylor Street or go down the steps from Chester Road.
The 10C bus stops at Gainsborough Road, near to the start of the walk.
Map of route
The walk is 6.83km (4.25 miles) and takes about 1 hour 20 minutes – but we suggest you allow more time to take in the beautiful views!
Oughtrington Lane near St Peter’s Church
There is some parking on Oughtrington Lane near St Peter’s Church – but try and avoid when there is a church service or during the school run.
There is also some parking at Agden Bridge – but don't park in the designated passing place, or obstruct the road in any other way.
The route goes across roads, stone paths and grass paths, which can be muddy in places. There are no big hills. You may need to go over some stiles.
The walk is 4.06km (2.5 miles) and takes about 50 minutes - but we suggest you allow more time to take in the beautiful views!
Pepper street car park
Pepper Street pay and display car park
Buses 5, 6 and 47 stop at Lymm Cross.
The route goes across roads, stone paths and mown grass paths, which can be muddy in places. It’s mainly flat except for a short, steep path from the bridge down to the canal at Spud Wood. There are no stiles.