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28) Formby Nature reserve, Victoria Road, Formby, Liverpool, L37 1LJ.
Approx 4 miles.
Tarmac, path, wooden boardwalk, sand dusted paths. Woodland and meadow path - dirt path, wide.
A few wide bridges.
The paths lead to the beach - at the end of the well made path the stand becomes soft and quite deep - so access onto the beach will be very hard. Unless you have a willing person to assist you.
Away from the beach and the paths are good- the sections in the pine woods are a little undulating but ok.  Manual self-propelling wheelchair users might struggle to get around all.
Facilities on site:
The reserve is managed by the National Trust.
No cafe, there are toilets provided. Picnic benches are provided.
None National Trust members have to pay £7.50 per vehicle. Free to National Trust members.
What might you see?
Formby is one of the few places in England where Red Squirrels can still be seen.
Stunning views and lovely forest.
Many species of wildlife to see if you are lucky.
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