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Massive sandy beach, similar to West Kirby & Hoylake
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9th May 2004
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Massive sandy beach, similar to West Kirby & Hoylake & similarly very tidal and only sailable during high tides, though it is best on a neap tide, 8m or less. On higher tides the waves crash onto the concrete peir & at low tides expect a long walk. You can sail if there is a higher tide, though you will have less time on the water as you need to allow approximately an hour after the high tide to make it safe to launch.

Beach faces NNW, so is exposed to SW through to North winds, best in anything from the West for waves/chop. On low tides loads of area for flying kites, though buggies may not be permitted.

To find it, From Junction 1 (where the B&Q is) of the M53 take the turning for New Brighton (A554) and then it is the 2nd turning on the right signposted North Wirral Nature Park. Follow this single path road round & you will reach a large beach carpark.

Leasowe is part of a nature park so there are always loads of people walking their dogs etc. There are no amenities on the beach.
Accommodation is available in New Brighton.

Not the cleanest beach, but better conditions than WestKirby especially for bump & Jump, wave sailing practice.
Sports Suitability
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Surf Conditions at Leasowe are Not Good
Buggying Conditions at Leasowe are Unknown
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Windsurfing Conditions at Leasowe can be Excellent
Kitesurfing Conditions at Leasowe are Unknown
Wind Suitability
Windsurfing at Leasowe Kitesurfing at Leasowe
NW   N   NE
SW   S   SE
NW   N   NE
SW   S   SE

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