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First part of the trail to Woodford was lovely, although a bit flooded at the moment! One farm in the middle had done its best to plough over the path so we needed the app to find out way. Otherwise a good trail.

wandern
privatgrundstück
19 days ago

Great trail. Needed to take a slight detour near the farm to walk closer to the A43 due to farmer objecting but otherwise a nice short walk.

wandern
privatgrundstück
schlammig
22 days ago

Dull walk. You get to see a lake from a distance and that is the highlight.

Great walk. It’s of work done recently with sywell so it’s much improved. Dogs can be off the lead and it’s great for them. Easy walk mostly flat with benches around for a break. Just over 2miles.

This was a good walk for my first ever ‘real’ walk. It took me 2 hours to complete. A couple of points were not very well signed through the golf course etc but this may be due to me being a newbie. Overall not bad for my first

wandern
brücke geschlossen
26 days ago

lovely walk, but there is a little bridge out and had to do a little detour up and through a field which was fine took about 15 minutes more. on the last half the is no path back to canal and this time of year it was really boggy, but overall we enjoyed it. walk was fine for my 7 and 9 year old.

wandern
schlammig
29 days ago

Nice easy walk with the dogs. Definitely need wellies at this time of year (Xmas) as it was a bit boggy in places and definitely muddy, however not as bad as I was expecting. There was one section though where we had to scramble up a small embankment to get out of a field and onto the road so that we could cross the canal via the bridge. Could be a bit tricky for some.

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

This hike is great and I'll be back to try it in drier and firmer conditions as its very muddy and slippery underfoot in both directions. Not suitable for anyone who is taking children in pushchairs but in backpacks, they would probably love it as there are quite a lot of animals to see as well as the possibility of trains as you pass both over and under the railway.

Not a bad walk, easy to follow paths, mostly hard paths and free from mud, so good in the winter. Perfect with children or dogs as not too strenuous.

This trail is great for anyone who is wanting to take kids or pushchairs as it's mostly pathed. Even with recent rainfall it is still easily walkable all the way around.

Great trail, although very muddy in places. It's excellent for taking the dog, although make sure to keep them on a lead around the sheep as you approach Lower Harlestone from Harlestone Firs.

Lovely little trail now ticked off my list. Would be great to bring children and perhaps a scavenger hunt. Not long enough for me on my own but perfect for kids and small dogs and you could always do it a couple of time around.

wandern
4 months ago

I would recommend this trail for a beginner who is looking to up their distance. It's pretty flat, although stony in places and really could do with some bigger shady patches, especially in hot weather. If you want to avoid the expensive parking fees, park on the causeway as it's free, although space is limited.

wandern
abseits des Weges
4 months ago

A lovely quick walk route, about an hour to two hours depending on your abilities, this walk takes you a little off the well worn tracks around Harlestone firs and onto lesser well known footpaths across the farmers fields before returning back through the firs, through and back under the railway line then cutting across the fields to Harlestone village where you can have a quick refreshing stop at the lovely Fox and Hounds pub, then back across the fields and firs back to the starting point near the main gates. Carpark is on the main road. I completed this walk in September and it was warm and dry, some paths may be muddy in winter though and you may need to go around the edge of some fields instead of right across where the footpath goes. Harlestone firs is popular for walking and cycling and this route can be done by both. Enjoy.

Lovely walk using an old disused railway line, pathway along the river Nene and farmers fields to take in the beautiful Woodford village and Little Addington where there is a nice pub for a quick refreshing drink! I parked at Stanwick Lakes car park which is £2.50 for the whole day. All in all a good walk with easy to follow footpaths and not much walking on roads. Allow about three hours for this walk.

wandern
käfer
4 months ago

It’s an fairly easy walk on flat ground and good pathways all the way round. Good for family’s with small children or push chairs, but if you want something a bit more challenging then it’s maybe not for you. In the summer you get a lot of swarms of flies around the waters edge. You can park at three locations to complete the loop either at Brixworth country park, Grange Lane in Pitsford village or on the causeway at the Holcot/Brixworth road car park.

Not a bad walk, all fairly easy flat walking. Starts off interesting with the country park and disused railway path which is now a linear wildlife park. Lovely views of rolling fields of Northamptonshire. A little too much walking on roads though for my liking where other footpaths and bridleways could have been used to link it all up and be more adventurous. Therefore I only give it three stars. Took me two hours and was 7.5 miles, 13,900 steps.

wandern
steinig
5 months ago

Absolutely brilliant it is amazing for dog walkers and I recommend this to everyone

Great walk , we also walked 6.5 miles . Took around 3 hours . Fields full of grain very interesting. Lots of thistles in places . Would not wear shorts next time !

wandern
6 months ago

Nice decent walk.

wandern
6 months ago

very good for practice walks, cakes are great in the shop. nice 5km loop.

kein schatten
käfer
7 months ago

Mountainbiking
8 months ago

As there is a cycle hire shop there we had a few bikes and went on a cycle around the reservoir ... it didnt take too long either ... stopped off at the cafe for coffee and sausage rolls .... Easy to cycle as its fairly flat ..

Great walk to get the blood pumping, ok in good weather, but if it has rained the day before if can be a little muddy.

Me and my lad are in training for the Yorkshire 3 peaks so we thought we’d have a go at this walk. My lad found it ok but I struggled at places , need more training. But all in all it’s a very nice walk, nice views recommend doing it. Might do it again

wandern
10 months ago

Great circular trail nice and flat so easy whatever age or walking ability you are. We prefer to park at the causeway car park and walk the loop stopping at the cafe halfway.

I was pleasantly surprised by this trail. It is a beautiful and extremely well-kept area. Considering there is a housing estate built around this area, the wildlife is amazing. I was followed by a number of squirrels! Fantastic walk.

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