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Hall Lee Bank Park

LOCALITY: Bolton, Lancashire
DISTANCE: 1 miles (1.61 km)
FACILITIES: Circular route, There & back, Suitable for wheelchairs

GRADIENT: A few ups & downs
TERRAIN: Easy
OS MAP: Bolton, Wigan & Warrington

Walk description:

Situated in Westhoughton, Bolton, Hall Lee Bank Park runs in a north-south direction. The northern section is an Edwardian park with tarmac paths and an internal circular walk. The southern section is a woodland walk with gently sloping stone paths.


Additional notes:

There is no need to use steps, but a couple of slopes would involve a strong push for anyone pushing a wheelchair. People pushing buggies would find it a good workout without barriers. The park can be accessed at the northern end via Park Road, at the southern end via Leigh Road (Daisy Hill Station is located immediately adjacent to the southern end), or approximately half way up via Landedmans (off Leigh Road), although this does involve steps.


11/07/2008 | Walk posted by David Wagstaff

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