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Louth to Lincoln

80 km / 50 miles

Lincolnshire
From St James's Church in Louth the pilgrim route reaches Lincoln Cathedral by way of churches at South Elkington, Welton le Wold, Ludford, Tealby, Market Rasen, Legsby, Hainton, South Willingham, East Barkwith, Langton by Wragby, Wragby, Apley and Fiskerton.

St James's Church, Louth was where the Lincolnshire Rising of 1536 started. This was a protest against Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries and thousands marched to Lincoln.


Details:

Path Type
Other Paths
Attributes
Other Paths; Average Gradients; Agricultural land; Downland/Wolds; Pilgrimage
Start
TF326873 - St James's Church, Louth, Lincolnshire
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Finish
SK977718 - Lincoln Cathedral, Lincolnshire
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Open Date
2018

Publications, Badges and Certificates:

Guidebook
Journeys of Faith Guidebook: A pilgrimage from Louth to Lincoln (Lincoln Minster Shops Limited - 2018)

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Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2016.
© OpenStreetMap contributors under Open Database Licence.
Rights of way data from selected Local Authorities.
Large scale digital mapping is provided by John Thorn.
At high zoom levels the route is indicative only.
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Accommodation within 5 Km of this Path:

 
 
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Self-catering
3 Km
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Self-catering
Mill Stream Barn  (bookable online)
4 Km
12 Km
Hostel Accommodation
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25 Km
Walkers are Welcome
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31 Km

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Route Profile:

79.2 Km (49.2 miles)
792 m (2,598 ft) ascent
148 m (486 ft)  maximum height