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Black arrow on a white backgroundNotts Wolds Way

42 km / 26 miles

The Notts Wolds Way is a recent (2016) linear path of 26 miles set up by the Nottinghamshire Footpaths Preservation Society with the support of Nottinghamshire County Council and with the aid of a grant from Ramblers Holidays Charitable Trust (RHCT). The path, from Bunny to Cropwell Butler is divided into 4 linear stages each passing through an attractive and interesting part of south Nottinghamshire. Although there are a few short road sections, the route is mostly on rights of way in the form of field and woodland paths and tracks. It makes use of several paths which have been recently added to the Definitive Map and which have yet to find their way onto even the latest OS maps.

The route has been comprehensively way-marked throughout with a characteristic black arrow on a white background. A 20-page colour booklet gives detailed walk instructions and information on points of interest along the route.


Path Type
Other Paths
Waymark: Black arrow on a white background
Black arrow on a white background
Challenging; Agricultural land; Downland/Wolds
SK583296 - Bunny, Nottingham
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SK684368 - Cropwell Butler, Nottingham
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Notts Wolds Way (Nottinghamshire Footpaths Preservation Society - 2016)


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Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2016.
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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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Route Profile:

41.9 Km (26.0 miles)
500 m (1,640 ft) ascent
102 m (335 ft)  maximum height