Kirkby Green is a 2.9 kilometer loop trail located near Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching.

Distance: 2.9 km Elevation Gain: 21 m Route Type: Loop


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A circular easy-access walk from the village of Kirkby Green in Lincolnshire. The walk explores the arable farmland to the north of the village, with big skies and plenty of history and wildlife to enjoy along the way. This walk is part of the Stepping Out network, published through a collaboration with the 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 and follows a mixture of field edge grass tracks and roadside pavements. There are no kissing gates, stiles or steps and the only obstacle on-route is a fixed-width gap in a stone wall, which is about one metre wide. You will not be sharing any of the paths with livestock, although sometimes the adjacent fields can be holding sheep within electric fencing so take care with dogs. Some sections can get muddy after rain and are uneven in parts, but in dry periods the surfaces should be suitable for rugged disability buggies or rugged pushchairs. The final 200 metres follows a road without pavements, so take care of traffic on this stretch. 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 hour. If you are looking for refreshments, The Royal Oak is located in neighbouring Scopwick village or The Penny Farthing Inn is located in nearby Timberland.

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