121 km / 75 miles
Lincolnshire County Council is currently working with the British Driving Society, the British Horse Society and other organisations to establish a multi user trail through the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB.
The 75 mile long trail, which will be suitable for carriage drivers, horse riders, cyclists and walkers, will predominantly utilise the existing public highway network incorporating both surfaced and unsurfaced quiet lanes, byways and restricted byways.
The trail will be officially opened in spring 2012.
|Path Type:||Other Paths|
|Waymark:||Purple Carriage Wheel|
|Attributes:||Easy; Horse Ride (Multi User); Forest/Woodland; AONB|
|Start and Finish:||
TF139884 - Willingham Woods
|Web Sites:||Details about the Lindsey Trail|
|Purchase Ordnance Survey Maps:|
|OS Landranger:||113, 121, 122|
|OS Explorer:||273, 282|
|OS Explorer Active:||273, 282|
Group Accommodation within 5 Km of this Path:
|Hostel Accommodation:||Woody's Top YHA, Ruckland, Louth, Lincolnshire||2 Km|
|Hostel Accommodation:||Brook House Barn, Scamblesby, Louth||2 Km|
|Paths Marked on OS mapping:||Viking Way|
|Other Paths:||Dave Milne Way; Greenwich Meridian Trail; Lindsey Loop; Lindsey Loop Link Donnington on Bain to Louth; Towers Way
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|Anytime Challenges:||Belmont 30; Caistor Challenge; Lincolnshire Wolds Black Death Challenge Walk; Tennyson Twenty|
|GPS Exchange Format Route File:||Lindsey Trail GPX Exchange Format Route File||Login to Download
|MemoryMap Route file:||Lindsey Trail Memory Map Route File||Login to Download
|Tracklogs Route file:||Lindsey Trail Tracklogs Route File||Login to Download