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The Category Boston is a subset of Lincolnshire.

 

The following Boston Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Paths and Trails'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Boston Borough Council

*Boston Ramblers
Overview

'Founded in the year 1970 ... We are a lively, friendly and broad-age range group and you're very welcome to try walking with us, or to get involved in looking after paths and green spaces and opening up new places to explore.'

*Boston Woods Trust
Size (acreage)50
Overview

'Founded in 2001, The Boston Woods Trust was formed to provide the people of Boston with a much needed amenity for recreational purposes including walking, bird watching and cycling.'

*Freiston Shore
Overview

'The newly-opened wetland trail is a circular route around the developing wet grassland with views over to the saltmarsh. The lagoon trail is only partially suitable for wheelchair access, although the hide is accessible. Excellent views of many of the birds can be had from the car park. The wetland trail is also only partially accessible to wheelchairs.'

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RSPB

Boston River & Rail Walk
Distance (miles)6
Overview

'On this walk you will experience both town and country taking in some of the historic streets of Boston, crossing fertile fenland fields and walking beside both a river and a man-made drain.'

Description from

Lincolnshire County Council

Boston Waterways Walk
Distance (miles)12
Overview

'Follows some of the waterways of Boston including The Haven, the Hobhole drain and the Maud Foster drain, as well as passing through two nature reserves (Havenside and Hobhole Bank). A great walk to see a variety of wildlife. The walk uses drain and river side paths which may be muddy in places.'

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Lincolnshire County Council

Coast Path around The Wash
Distance (miles)45
Overview

'Three rivers flow out into the Wash, namely the Welland, the Nene and The Ouse. Public footpaths follow the defence banks that border these rivers and the marshes that adjoin the coastline in between. The A17 provides bridges across these watercourses at Fosdyke, Sutton Bridge and West Lynn respectively. The walks are typical of this fenland area with vast open landscapes and huge skies which provide a unique charm to this part of the English coast.'

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Griffmonsters Great Walks

Cross Britain Way
Distance (miles)280
Overview

'The latest addition to the Macmillan Way stable is Cross Britain Way. Sharing a starting point with the Macmillan Way main route in Boston, Cross Britain Way heads westwards across middle England ...'

Cross Britain Way Guidebook 'This 144-page full colour book describes the route from Boston to Barmouth. Divided into 10 chapters and complete with maps and photographs.'

Frampton Walks
Distance (miles)7
Overview

Walk Two 'will take approximately 3.5 hours to complete (there is a shorter Walk One): These walks will appeal to both lovers of wildlife and wild coast. Both walks take in the wonderful Frampton Marsh Nature Reserve and quiet stretches of sea bank overlooking The Wash.'

Description from

Lincolnshire County Council

See also

Frampton Marsh [RSPB]

Macmillan Way
Distance (miles)290
Overview

'Walk across Britain coast-to-coast, from Boston to Abbotsbury, from Boston to Barnstaple, or Abbotsbury to Barnstaple.'

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