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Explore the beautiful landscape of the Lincolnshire Wolds at a gentle pace with a series of walks and hikes across South Ormsby Estate.

From the ‘Wesley Walk’ to the ‘Skipwith Stride’, the estate has walking routes for all skill levels, with more routes being planned.

The walks below are some of the most popular routes through the estate, taking in some of the most beautiful views and trailing past open fields and secluded woodland.

Our walks will take you past a wide variety of flora and fauna which change with the seasons, so it’s always worth doing a walk again at a different time of year to see how much it’s transformed.

Some walks are more difficult than others so make sure that you’re appropriately prepared with the right shoes, clothing and equipment. Bring plenty of water, a fully charged phone… and don’t forget to check the weather!

The Wesley Walk

Named in honour of the founder of Methodism, John Wesley whose father was the rector of South Ormsby parish, this easy, 5.8 kilometre walk along fields, roads and farm tracks takes most walkers an hour and a half to complete.

This walk takes you through undulating countryside with pretty flora and fauna to admire along the way.

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Information Easy - 5.8 km (3.6 miles) | Time: 1.5 hr (approx.)
Additional Notes Terrain: Field, Road, Farm Track
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The Skipwith Stride

A moderate walk across 5.6 kilometres of field, woodland, road and farm track, the Skipwith Stride takes most walkers two hours to complete.

The Skipwith family owned the South Ormsby Estate from the 14th-15th century and this walk explores the areas where the traces of a medieval settlement can still be seen today.

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Information Moderate - 5.6 km (3.5 miles) | Time: 2hrs (approx.)
Additional Notes Terrain: Field, Woodland, Road, Farm Track
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