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Countryside For All

These leaflets contain detailed access information for 16 countryside sites across Lincolnshire. They include woodland, lakes, coast and nature reserves.

Source: Google Maps

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Each leaflet provides information on path surfaces, gradients, cross-slopes as well as the location of seats, steps and gates.

Only slopes with gradients over 1:25 (4%) and cross-slopes over 1:33 (3%) are shown on the maps and paths are at least 1 metre wide unless shown otherwise.

Information on parking and on site facilities is also included, with each leaflet available to download from this page.

If you would like a Countryside for all pack sent to you please call the Council’s Customer Services team or fill in the online order form.

To help us improve our publications and information we would welcome your comments. If you have used any of the Countryside For All leaflets please complete the short online feedback form. Thank you.

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Countryside Access Map

Find routes and open areas with public access for walking, cycling and riding.

Countryside Access Map

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Last updated: 29 November 2017

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