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Take a boating holiday along the Trent & Mersey Canal and explore the history of the potteries at Stoke on Trent and the salt works around Middlewich.
Take your hire boat for a cruise onto the River Weaver via the Anderton Boat Lift, marvelling at this unique feat of Victorian engineering.
With the recently constructed Canal Link the canal now travels further into the heart of Liverpool and the historic Albert Dock (passage has to be prebooked). Another canal navigating the rolling Pennine hills with plenty of locks and endless scenic views.
Other points of interest include the mile long tunnel at Foulridge, the market town of Skipton and the Victorian model town of Saltaire - a Unesco World Heritage Site. You can pass through Halifax and onto the Rochdale Canal from the historic basin at Sowerby Bridge.
But when you want a break, there are plenty of waterside pubs and restaurants for eating out, and there are never any problems with parking: mooring is free!
Explore the selection of cities accessible by boat. Navigate the deepest lock flight, the Bingley Five Rise, the impressive Burnley Embankment and take a breather at Greenberfield with picturesque views of rolling fields, before you descend through stone cobbled villages.
At either end of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, are the two cities, Liverpool to the West and Leeds to the East.
This Northern England canal boat holiday is perfect for those looking for a packed week exploring the diversity of the North. Cruising West on your narrowboat, operating plenty of lock flights, you can cruise on to the Huddersfield Broad Canal and then the Huddersfield Narrow Canal to experience the Standedge Tunnel, one of the original 7 Wonders of the Waterways.
Passage through the tunnel has to be prebooked and staff from the Canal & River Trust escort each hireboat through as the tunnel is very low and narrow in places - a truly unique experience that takes about 2 - 3 hours. A lock frequent canal with lots of villages and market towns.