Part of the Spa Trial, a multi user route from Horncastle to Woodhall Spa. It follows the line of an old railway. Part of the route runs close to the Horncastle canal.
The Spa Trial is located along Coronation Walk, Horncastle, and continues on to Woodhall Spa which is a further three miles. The car park on Coronation Walk is tarmac with dedicated parking for disabled users. There is also a car park at the southern end of this route which is compact stone.
The path surface consists of tarmac and compacted stone.
- Steepest uphill section: 1:10 (10%) for a distance of 13m
- Steepest downhill; section: 1:10 (10%) for a distance of 13m
- Narrowest point: The path is over one metre wide
- Greatest cross slope: 1:10 (10%) for a distance of seven metres
more about the trail
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.