Aubourn's Two Churches Walk is a 4.7 kilometer loop trail located near Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Distance: 4.7 km Elevation Gain: 53 m Route Type: Loop

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A circular walk between the villages of Aubourn and Haddington in Lincolnshire. The walk leads you through open grass pastures and village streets as you tour the villages and their fascinating landmark attractions including Aubourn Hall, the two Churches of St Peter, the River Witham and the archaeological remains of Haddington Hall. This walk is part of the Stepping Out network, published through a collaboration with North Kesteven District Council to inspire more people to enjoy the district's landscapes, ancient woodland, historic buildings and charming villages. The walk is relatively flat for the most part, with just a couple of gentle slopes, plus one short but steep slope up a grass riverside embankment. Some of the paths can be very muddy and churned so good boots are a must (or wellingtons in the wettest months). There are no stiles on route, but you will need to negotiate several kissing gates and footbridges. You will cross seven grass pastures that are likely to be holding cattle. Aside from a short stretch along the car park access lane, all the sections along village roads have pavements, so there is no significant road walking involved. Please remember the Countryside Code. Some paths are provided by kind permission of the landowner, please only use the waymarked paths. Where young stock may be present, please make sure your dog is under firm control in these areas. OS Map Explorer 272. Allow 1.5 hours. If you are looking for refreshments, the walk passes The Royal Oak in Aubourn and there are also pubs in nearby Bassingham. Nearby attractions include Hill Holt Wood, Whisby Nature Park and Aubourn Hall Gardens.

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