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Absolutely loved this walk!!! Had a lot of flooding the last couple of weeks and rained the whole way there so was a little apprehensive but it had stopped and was all clear by the time we got there. There were a fair few puddles and mud but considering how bad the weathers been it wasn’t actually THAT bad. Was really easy to follow the way points, lots to see if your a bit of a history geek like me. My Husbands not but he still enjoyed it. Was a nice easy long walk. Will definitely do it again! A lot!!! X

muddy
27 days ago

E enjoyed family bike ride whilst staying at Bainland Country Park. Trail only 5 minutes away, and was suitable for all our group, aged 3 to 56. Lots of sculptures and countryside to sea, and it was level. It was boggy, particularly just before the canal, but was expected after the large amount of rain we've had recently. Would certainly recommend this trail, particularly for families or cyclists who don't like being on a main road

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muddy
1 month ago

Good walk but not much to see

lovely walk with lovely views. Was very wet and muddy when I went but all parts were still passable. Great for dogs but best to keep them on a lead at all times

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muddy
1 month ago

Lovely views. Definitely a scramble up to the drift when muddy but not too difficult and only a short stretch. Had to negotiate a field of inquisitive young cattle in the large field before the river!

Lovely walk, easy to follow. All on farm tracks or bridleways which were not too muddy but you do need good walking boots or wellies for this time of the year otherwise you will get in a mess! We loved it, dogs loved it, everyone's happy!

hiking
1 month ago

Lovely views from the top of the ridge. Some interesting history of some of the buildings in the village and it even has the site of a castle as an added bonus near the car park!

lovely walk with the dogs x

running
2 months ago

Fantastic trail path to run or walk, it’s best to park in Woodhall and pick up the Viking trail through the golf course, great woodland views.

This is a lovely walk the views are great, very dog friendly in September.

This was a great route however we tried to avoid walking across the field by walking around the edge but this was extremely overgrown. The pub is well worth a visit too.

hiking
2 months ago

Good walk, feel like your out in the countryside but your close to civilisation Steep hill down and up but well worth it, good view on the ridge. Take duck food as they come out of the water to you as soon as you step into the woods

We really enjoyed this walk. Lots of wild flowers and pine trees. Will look amazing in autumn when the leaves change colour . We also saw several small planes taking off and landings at the nearby airfield . Very pleasant walk. Took slightly longer than expected (around 2 hours ) as we took a Esther disgruntled 8 year old boy with us.

Quite simple to follow the trail, we did take a couple of wrong turns and have to double back but didn’t take long to notice we had gone off the trail. Some beautiful views and very peaceful surroundings, lovely quiet villages. At the start of the trail some of the public footpaths down the sides of the fields were a bit overgrown with nettles so I’d recommend wearing long trousers rather than shorts. We did it in 2 hours 50 mins with a few short stops for drinks. Parking at the beginning on the trail is difficult, Fulletby is a tiny village with narrow roads, we abandoned the car on a narrow verge and hoped for the best but would maybe recommend parking out of the village on a wider verge and walking in.

We really enjoyed this walk. Several places at the beginning /end to get a drink or something to eat and lots of beautiful views. It took two slightly unfit ladies around 2 hours to complete the walk but it was a very hot day and I’m sure we would have been quicker had it been cooler. Blackberries already beginning to ripen in the wooded areas of the walk and along the hedgerows. I also saw some damsons at the last style before the car park. You don’t need your hiking boots for this trail , at least not on a dry, sunny day like today. I’ll likely return in autumn to see the leaves changing colour and for a spot of foraging. Highly recommend this hidden gem.

slight detour near on the canal, but a lovely walk, fairly easy going and quiet route.

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bugs
3 months ago

Easy going and well signposted with the remains of the Templar precept and some gorgeous, wide open ‘Lincolnshire’ farmland vistas to soak up. What’s not to love?

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over grown
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

lovely walk , grassy tracks can get bit overgrown and wet in places .Has picnic table along route . There are sheep and cattle in fields along route but they are in enclosed fields . many different tracks to go off so you could walk less or more miles if you wanted to . no styles to go over just kissing gates .

mountain biking
4 months ago

Good trail for kids as all flat and easy. Lovely sculptures to see along the way

Nice round walk suitable for dogs. Dog friendly pub at the end call the Chequers too.

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muddy
over grown
4 months ago

Easy walking

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bugs
4 months ago

Very pleasent walk, the odd bug bite, but nothing to worry about, with interesting sculptures on the way.

hiking
4 months ago

Excellent relaxed route. Farmer keeps the tracks well maintained and signage is clear. Highlights are the strategic benches along the route and the route notes, which offer a good history lesson on how the land use has changed. Memorial to the Lancaster crew and Hurricane pilot offers a good place to stop and think about the sacrifices our armed forces have made. The wildlife is abundant with a variety of butterflies, birds and wild plants.

Nice stroll. Path was diverted around the preceptory due to building work with no obvious signs. An easy walk with some rutted paths and stretches of quiet tarmac. Highlights were the butterflies and the Ermine way mosaic sign.

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