There are some of the greenest motorways in the country – spot the green infrastructure lining the route next time you drive through Halton!
Murdishaw Valley is lined with ancient semi-natural woodland surrounded by species rich grassland, broadleaved woodland and includes five ponds. Visit in the Spring and see one of the best display of bluebells anywhere in The Mersey Forest.
Pickerings Pasture Local Nature Reserve is a Green Flag Award winning Local Nature Reserve with acres of wild flower meadows and a fabulous view across the upper Mersey estuary. It is a peaceful place to enjoy picnics and watch the abundant wildlife.
Lewis Carroll Wood was created by the Woodland Trust to commemorate the life and work of the much-loved Cheshire author Lewis Carroll. It includes a 'Millennium Feature' comprising a circular stand of six oaks and a stone tablet featuring Carroll's signature.
See more woodlands and walks in this area on Discover the Mersey Forest
In Halton, The Mersey Forest works with a Friends of the woodland group who are always keen to welcome new faces to help care for local woodlands:
Runcorn – Murdishaw Valley Friends Group
Contact us for more details.
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