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Walking

In Lincolnshire there are over 2500 miles (4000km) of public rights of way.

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    Maps and guides

    Public rights of way and open access land are shown on Ordnance Survey maps.

  • Health walks are a great chance to get out, get fit and meet new people.

    Walking for health

    Walking is an excellent form of travel for shorter distances that may include going to work, school or to the shops.

  • Viking way

    Viking Way

    A long distance footpath which starts on the banks of the Humber and finishes on the shores of Rutland Water.

  • Spires and Steeples

    Spires and Steeples Trail

    A 26-mile (43km) arts and heritage walking route running from Lincoln Cathedral to St Deny’s Church in Sleaford.

  • Macmillan Way

    MacMillan Ways

    The main MacMillan Way runs from Boston to Abbotsbury on the Dorset coast, a total distance of 290 miles.

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    Walkers are Welcome

    A national accreditation scheme for towns and villages that have something special to offer walkers.

  • Chapel Point Walk

    Walking Festivals

    Enjoy a wide range of guided walks and events during the two Lincolnshire walking festivals.

Walks Search

Search through hundreds of walks in Lincolnshire from our detailed database. Choose by location, distance and include any features you want to complete your day out.

Search for walks

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: 25 September 2015

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