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The Category North Lincolnshire is a subset of Lincolnshire.

 

The following North Lincolnshire 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):

- Haxey Parish - Walkers Are Welcome

- Walking for Health - North Lincolnshire

*Far Ings National Nature Reserve
Size (acreage)200
Overview

'There's always something to see or hear when looking out over the reedbeds of Far Ings, whether it's the sound of the reeds as they sway in a gentle breeze, the song of hidden warblers or bearded tits, the eerie boom of a bittern, or a marsh harrier drifting over then disappearing into the reedbed ...'

Description from

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

*North Lincolnshire Council
Overview

'There are many walks to be found within North Lincolnshire, you can be sure to find a walk to suit any ability or age.'

Barton-upon-Humber Town Walks
Overview

'Barton upon Humber is a town of over 10,000 population situated on the south bank of the River Humber. The town has a long history which can be traced back well before the 10th century AD.'

Lincolnshire Coast Path
Distance (miles)80
Overview

An overview of a possible route for a Lincolnshire Coast Path  'There is currently no official Lincolnshire Coast Path although Natural England are committed to having something in place as part of the English Coast Path by 2020. This overview details the current possible routes taken from research conducted into a walk between Cleethorpes and Boston during September 2014.'

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Griffmonsters Great Walks

Nev Cole Way
Distance (miles)57
Overview

'Starts from Burton-upon-Stather in the far north of Lincolnshire. Following the Jurassic scarp overlooking the River Trent, it continues east along the south bank of the Humber. After skirting the highly industrial towns of North / South Killingholme, Immingham and Grimsby, it turns inland into the gently sloping Lincolnshire Wolds and finishes in Nettleton, where it provides a link with The Viking Way.

The Walk was devised by the Wanderlust Rambling Club - formed in 1932 by Nev Cole: 'It celebrates his life, the creation of the Club and his friends in the Ramblers Association groups (which now exist all over Lincolnshire) but not least, the Wanderlust Rambling Club of Grimsby'.

Description from

North Lincolnshire Council

See also

Nev Cole Way [The Saleby Jogging Centre] | Nev Cole Way [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

North Lincolnshire Definitive Map
Overview

'Definitive Map Extracts & Modification Orders By Parish'

Description from

North Lincolnshire Council

North Lincolnshire Local Access Forum
Overview

'The aim of the Forum is to advise on the improvement of public access for open-air leisure and the enjoyment of the area ... Applications are invited from persons interested in serving on the forum. If you are interested, please contact ...'

Description from

North Lincolnshire Council

Scunthorpe Ridge Walk
Distance (miles)5
Overview

'Ridge Walk was opened in the 1970’s but some sections of the path had become in desperate need of repair and improvement. Better access from nearby communities was also needed and people using the path were faced with a number of difficult roads to cross. The scheme involved improving the existing route and building new paths to create an uninterrupted network stretching from the south to the north of Scunthorpe ...'

Description from

Sustrans

See also

Scunthorpe Walks [North Lincolnshire Council]

Viking Way
Distance (miles)147
Overview

'A long distance footpath which starts on the banks of the Humber and finishes on the shores of Rutland Water.'

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Visit Lincoln

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