Ireland day 0397. Sunday 30 October 2022- Chester2203

Ireland day 0397. Sunday 30 October 2022- Chester2203
Today’s summary Leisurely morning (after an extra hour in bed courtesy of the clocks going back overnight) then walked down to the Dee and back into Chester.   Completed the loop walk over the railway bridge back to the south bank of the river.   Late lunch and red wine(!) then relaxing evening watching TV
Today’s weather Mild and overcast with occasional showers and a brief sunny interval in the late afternoon
Today’s overview location
(The blue mark shows the location of our route)
Close-up location
(The green line shows where we walked)
(Click button below to download GPX of today’s walk as recorded, or see interactive map at bottom with elevations corrected):
River Dee and walk into Chester
Commentary

(Summary blog only.   Last full blog was Day 0368).

 

Today’s photos (click to enlarge)

About to the join the riverside path, on the south bank At the official start / end of the Wales coast path, on the north bank of the river Dee
The Wales Coast Path, which runs along the north side of the river Dee all the way from Chester to Chepstow Passing underneath the Roodee rail bridge, before climbing up to the path on the parapet
On the Roodee rail viaduct, overlooking the racecourse
Tree stump in Earlsway, Hough Green, absolutely covered in at least five different species of fungus
Interactive map

(Elevations corrected at  GPS Visualizer: Assign DEM elevation data to coordinates )

Total distance: 9029 m
Max elevation: 23 m
Min elevation: 2 m
Total climbing: 146 m
Total descent: -146 m
Total time: 02:39:32
Download file: Along The Dee And Into Wales compressed corrected.gpx

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