Witch Wood, Lytham
Lytham St Annes, Lytham Saint Annes
Type of walk
Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, Pathed Routes
About this walk
Great woodland walk in the Fylde.
The walk was created by Lytham St Annes Civic Society volunteers in 1974 and officially opened by the Duke of Edinburgh.
Entrance is slightly hidden just off Bridge rd and is split into two woodland areas. Very popular with locals and if you travel the whole way down it will take you to many options. Turn left and you have Lytham Hall, turn right and you have Lytham town. If you just fancy a quick drink and turning back around there’s the railway station pub. We walked to the town and back. All flat terrain. Within the woods our pooch was off lead for 90% of the time chasing squirrels and investigating new smells and it took us approx 1hr 30 (our pooch likes to go slow 👍🏼)
Very enjoyable walk. Bit of a hidden gem to be honest
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Witch Wood, Lytham, Lytham St Annes, Lytham Saint Annes
4 years agoNice walk but very short. More of a short cut into Lytham
4 years agoGreat walk. Met some other dogs on the way. Dogs can be off lead. And if your lucky you might see some squirrels
3 years agoPleasant walk for a spring afternoon!! Approximately 40 minutes at a leisurely pace
2 years agowalked with our 2 border collies off the lead for much or the way stopped atg the station pub for a coffee then went ont the front near the windmill then walked back to the car nice chilling walk
a year agoNice, can be quite lonley
9 months agoLoved it, off-lead opportunities in the woods.
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