CYCLING AND MOUNTAIN BIKING
NCN 64: Harby to Lincoln
Discover this picturesque and largely traffic free cycle route from Lincoln Brayford to the Nottingham village of Harby. In total the route is 6.6 miles, taking approximately 35 minutes by bike and 2.5 hours on foot.
purpose built, smooth tracked cycle route linking Lincoln to Harby and Doddington to Hall
The NCN 64: Harby to Lincoln cycle route is an enjoyable, smooth tracked route away from busy roads, making for a relaxing bike ride.
Enjoy the great outdoors and waterways as you take a leisurely spin through peaceful Lincolnshire countryside. There is so much to enjoy on the NCN 64 route - discover Skellingthorpe Old Wood by following the one Odin Trail cycle loop taking you around the woodland which is easily accessed from the Sustrans Route 64. Doddington Hall is also easily accessed from the NCN 64 via the purpose built, smooth tracked Georgie Twigg Cycle Path and the Pyewipe in on route if you need a stop and a refuel.
things to do
day out at Doddington
Doddington is just six miles and 31 minutes from Brayford Pool. There’s plenty to do at Doddington Hall from the different shops including a farm, bike and coffee shop, as well as a home and country clothing store, café and restaurant.
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