Walking Routes | Lincolnshire

Easy, free and gentle exercise, not only is walking the cheapest way to get around, it's good for your health too!

Hike through ancient woodland and elegant stately homes, adventure into the past and discover magnificent castles. Lincolnshire has plenty to offer for the eye, so grab your shoes and see it all with a nice lovely walk!

Here is a list of some walking routes through Lincolnshire.

Cleethorpes Country Park | 1 Mile

This 160 acre park consists of woodland, grassland with wildflowers and a seven acre lake. Depending on the season visitors will see a range of wildflowers, wildfowl and skylarks. 

You can find a link to the walking route here.

Burghley House | 2 Miles

History can come alive in a single trip at Burghley, one of the largest and grandest houses of the first Elizabethan Age. Explore the stunning grounds surrounding this grand 16th-century country house in Stamford, Lincolnshire.

You can find a link to the walking route here.

Hartsholme Country Park | 3 Miles

A circular walk through the beautiful Hartsholme Country Park and Swanholme Lakes Nature Reserve in Lincoln. Here you'll find over 200 acres of parkland including Victorian landscaped gardens, lakes, woodlands and grasslands.

You can find a link to the walking route here.

Belton House | 4 Miles

Get your walking shoes on and come and enjoy the spectacular seasonal colours of Belton's Parkland. Explore ancient woodland, discover wildlife habitats, spot our fallow deer and enjoy great views of Belton House and Belmount Tower.

You can find a link to the walking route here.

Gibraltar Point | 4 Miles

Enjoy a walk around this beautiful coastal nature reserve, Gibraltar Point is a dynamic stretch of unspoilt coastline running southwards from the edge of Skegness to the mouth of the Wash.

You can find a link to the walking route here.

Belvoir Castle | 5 Miles

Explore the ancestral home of the Dukes of Rutland, the fairy-tale castle of Belvoir crowns a hill in Leicestershire, its turrets and towers rise over the Vale of Belvoir like an illustration in a romantic fairytale.

You can find a link to the walking route here.

Donna Nook Nature Reserve | 10 Miles

This coastal nature reserve in Lincolnshire consists of dunes, slacks and inter-tidal areas. It's a great place for birdwatching with 47 species of birds to look out for.

You can find a link to the walking route here.