3 hours


Belchford In The Shadow Of Juicetrump Walk

Belchford, Scamblesby

This walk links the quiet villages of Belchford and Scamblesby in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds.

Enjoy grassy paths, a stream and some fine hilltop views.

Juicetrump Hill is part way along the walk on your right. Some believed that this unnatural wedge-shaped mound was a Neolithic longbarrow. It is however a type of limestone outcrop - called roachstone. Roachstone is a rock formed of harder material than the underlying Tealby clays and limestone, and so weathers more slowly, leave strange looking hillocks. (There is no public access to Juicetrump itself.)

This circular walk is mainly on paths and tracks with some stiles and slopes.

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Belchford In The Shadow Of Juicetrump Walk

Visit the website for Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty via the link below to access the route map and to download the leaflet for this walk.


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Viking Way

The Viking Way is a long distance - 147 mile way-marked trail spanning from the River Humber through Lincoln to Oakham in Rutland. The route is signposted with an icon of a Viking helmet on a yellow disk.