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LANCASHIRE COASTAL WAY-SHORT SECTION LYTHAM  TO BLACKPOOL

The Coastal way is a 137 mile footpath following the coastline between Merseyside and Cumbria, Walking the Coastal Way will enable you to relive history as well as observe todays coastal activities. 

We walked the section from Lytham Windmill to Blackpool which is approx. 9 miles and completely buggy/wheel chair friendly

WALKS SUITABLE FOR EVERYONE

LYTHAM TO BLACKPOOL

PARKING- You can park in Blackpool town centre and get the tram/bus  to the starting point or  visa versa

windmill Lytham, Lancashire, FY8 5LD  or Blackpool  central,  Central Dr, Blackpool FY1 5QE

MILES- 9 miles approx.

FACILITIES- Toilets, café, play areas along the route

TERRAIN-It is easy walking on maintained paths throughout


During lockdown when we had to stay local to walk we came across the Lancashire coastal path, sometimes we take for granted our local area so this gave us a chance to explore closer to home.

We started at Lytham Windmill, the path is paved and wide so great for everyone. We popped to Lowther Pavilion for the toilets and lunch before we started, also has a picnic area and play ground.

The walk is fantastic, plenty of things to see along the way, parks for the kids on route and the beach to stop at, you can make a full day of it by stopping at the beach, the piers, play areas, various monuments too. If the kids do get tired along the route you can jump on the tram from star gate. 


FACILITIES ON ROUTE

FAIRHAVEN-TOILETS AND PLAY AREA

BEACH CAFE TOILETS AND ICE CREAM

LAKE GARDEN, TOILETS, SPLASH PARK CRAZY GOLF, SOME FAIR RIDES

ST ANNES PIER TOILETS AND CAFE

FROM SOUTH-NORTH PIER, TOILETS CAFE AND ICE CREAM





MORE DETAILS

https://www.visitlancashire.com/dbimgs/Lancashire%20coastal%20Way%20leaflet.pdf