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Silver Lincs Way - Louth Link

11 km / 7 miles

Lincs
There are fine trees including red cedars in Welton Vale and you also pass through a pair of whale jaw bones. The thorn tree in Elkington Churchyard was brought back from The Holy Land


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Circular Walks from the Silver Lincs Way (Grimsby & Louth Ramblers)

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11.9 Km (7.4 miles)
217 m (712 ft) ascent
105 m (344 ft)  maximum height