Walking in a Winter Wonderland

Wednesday 20th December 2017

South CadebySouth Cadeby - Richard Enderby

During the festive period the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is encouraging people to go for a walk in the countryside.

A country walk is the perfect way to de-stress and beat the bulge after the Christmas indulgences. Lincolnshire has some fabulous landscapes just waiting to be explored and lots of walking routes that you and your family can follow.

We’ve picked out a few to tempt you into the great outdoors but there are plenty more to choose from (check the links below to find more walks near you).

Lincolnshire Limewoods
A walk through the Lincolnshire Limewoods where there are ancient woodlands, medieval abbey ruins and a wealth of wildlife and history.
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Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park
Enjoy a walk from Chapel Point to Anderby Creek and back again. The walk passes an old pill box, a number of nature reserves, a cloud viewing platform and the Round and Round House bird hide.
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The Fens
Enjoy a walk through the low lying fens between the village of Friskney and The Wash coast.
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Four counties in one walk
A lovely walk taking in 4 counties! From the magnificent stone town of Stamford walk to the pretty stone village of Easton on the Hill before returning past the ruins of Wothorpe Towers.
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Lincolnshire Wolds - south
An enjoyable circular walk from Alford up into the Lincolnshire Wolds following grass tracks and quiet lanes. With excellent views to the coast. 
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Lincolnshire Wolds - North
A ramble in the northern part of the Lincolnshire Wolds. On a clear day you’ll be able to see outstanding views of the country and coast from this walk.
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The Humber and The Trent
A short walk with impressive views starting at Julian's Bower.
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