The Merseyside cycle maps show cycling routes for all abilities

If you’re just getting into walking or cycling, you may want to check your route, or see whether there are any off road alternatives to mix up your commute.

You could choose a different route each week for a bit of variety, or create a longer, more challenging route when you get more confident.  

You can use the Google Maps app on your mobile to access walking and cycling routes to and from your destination, but there are some other alternatives you could try.

Try them all and see what works best for you.

If there are other people at work who walk or cycle, why not ask them which route they take?

They might have found one that’s quicker or more scenic, they may even be happy to go with you on your first walk or bike ride. Don’t be afraid to ask!

Check out for walking routes in and around the Liverpool City Region.

You’ll find both on and off road routes for all abilities, with maps available for all local areas.

If you’d like to order a copy of any or all of the local area maps please email including your name, address and which maps you would like and we can get them posted to you.


Knowsley cycle map

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The Knowsley cycle map covers Huyton, Prescot and Kirkby


Google map of Knowsley cycle routes


Liverpool cycle map

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The Liverpool cycle map shows the city centre in detail


Google map of Liverpool city centre cycle routes


Sefton Cycle Map

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The Sefton Cycle Map covers the area from Southport to Bootle


Google map of Sefton cycle routes


St Helens Cycle Map

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The St. Helens map covers Newton-le-Willows and part of Rainhill


Google map of St Helens cycle routes


Wirral Cycle Map

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The Wirral cycle map has great off road routes


Google map of Wirral Circular Trail


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