The Living Landscape Cycle Route is a self-guided cycling route carefully designed to pass through up to four of the Wildlife Trusts Living Landscape project areas in Lincolnshire.
What are Living Landscapes?
Living Landscapes are special areas where the Trust is creating a network of natural places by using wildlife corridors like roadside grass verges, rivers and hedgerows to link together formerly isolated wildlife habitats. Click here for more information.
You can do the Living Landscape Cycle Route at any time, either alone or with others, with the challenge being to navigate the route, complete the distance and experience some of the most beautiful areas of our county.
There are three route variations, a short route at 47km (29miles), a medium route at 82km (51miles) and a long route at 119km (73miles) which range through a variety of key Lincolnshire habitats including limestone uplands, limewoods, high Wolds and the heathlands of the Bain valley. Each route has been designed to start and finish in the small tourist town of Woodhall Spa. However, the route variations can be easily adapted and tailored to suit different interests and fitness levels and can even be done by car.
Cycling along the tranquil roads of Lincolnshire is a wonderful way to see and hear wildlife across a large area. The aim of this route is to inspire people to go outside and experience some of Lincolnshire’s most beautiful landscapes. Click here for full route details.
Health & Well-being
Cycling has recently seen a huge growth in popularity and is recognised as one of the healthiest sporting activities people can do. Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust has always been keen to encourage people to get outside and explore the countryside and we feel that the Living Landscape Cycle Route is a great way for people to do this. So what are you waiting for, get on your bike and head out on the open road!