Tattershall Bridge to Dogdyke Walk is a 3.2 kilometer out and back trail located near Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Distance: 3.2 km Elevation Gain: 14 m Route Type: Out & Back

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historic site

A there and back walk from the hamlet of Tattershall Bridge in Lincolnshire. The route follows a quiet lane (and its grass verge) along the banks of the River Witham to reach the adjacent hamlet of Dogdyke, returning the same way. This short walk is ideal for bird watching, giving you chance to take in the wildlife and views. The walk gives views over the fields towards the end of the runway at nearby RAF Coningsby and the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. 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 almost entirely flat, with no gradient to speak of. It follows a quiet lane, which has a grass verge, alongside the River Witham. As the entire walk is on the roadside, you will need to be careful of occasional traffic, keeping dogs on leads and keeping children under close control. There are no stiles, steps, gates or other obstacles on the route and you will not encounter any livestock. Please remember the Countryside Code. Some paths are provided by kind permission of the landowner, please only use the waymarked paths. OS Map Explorer 261. Allow 1 hour. If you are looking for refreshments, The Royal Oak in Tattershall Bridge is at the start or end of the walk.

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