Liverpool Walks

About Us

Being active makes us feel good!

Whether you're already active, at the start of your journey or slowing things down, you'll find a walk to suit you. Help us make Liverpool the most active city, and we'll help you reach your goals. All of our walks are free to attend. 

To find out further information or to contact the Walk Leaders please click on the individual walks. 

Our Walks

Walk name Route options available Length (hours)
A. Stanley Park Walk
Monday 1:30pm
1:30
B. Woolton Wood
Tuesday 1:30pm
0:45
Brain Charity Walk
Brain Charity Walk
0:40
C. Albert Dock
Wednesday 12:00noon
0:45
D. Walton Walkers
Thursday 9.30am
0:30
Daisy Nucleus Academy
Daisy Nucleus Academy Monday & Tuesday @ 3pm
1:10
E. Millwood Walkers
Friday 10:00am (term time only)
0:40
G. World Museum City Walk
Friday 11:00am
1:00
Get Going Walking Group - Croxteth Park
Walk Option 1
0:45
Liverpool Cricket Club
Liverpool Cricket Club
1:00
Local Solutions Adult Carers Walk
Walk Option 1
1:00
Newsham Park
Newsham Park
1:00
University of Liverpool Well-being Walk
Walk Option 1
0:50

If you’re looking for a free, easy way to start being more active, walking could be the right choice for you. Walking is already a part of our everyday lives; it’s something most of us do without thinking. You don’t need to learn any new skills or buy any expensive equipment. You already walk everyday anyway; all you need to do is start doing a little more each day.

Walking let’s you enjoy all the benefits of a healthy aerobic exercise, without putting pressure on your joints or pushing yourself too hard. So if you don’t think you’d be up to jogging or running just yet, or ever, going for a walk is a great place to begin.

The great thing about walking is that almost anyone can do it. It doesn’t matter what age, size, shape or fitness level you are.

If you’re a beginner, walking’s perfect because it’s a low-intensity activity. This means that it’s a nice safe and gentle way to get started. And even if you’re slightly more advanced, doing a few extra steps won’t do any harm.

Walking can help you even if you’re pregnant or have a long-term condition like COPD or diabetes too. If you can walk, you can join in.

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Contacts

Gavin McLaughlin
0151 233 6355
gavin.mclaughlin@liverpool.gov.uk
  

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