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Walking on the Estate

Leisurely strolls

Named after well-known figures from the area, this set of Lincolnshire walks allow you to explore the beautiful landscapes of the Lincolnshire Wolds while following in their famous footsteps.

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 Lincolnshire 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
Group on walk through Lincolnshire

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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The Cameron Circuit


 Named in honour of children’s author Lucy Lyttelton Cameron, this Lincolnshire walk takes in all the Estate’s wildlife and fauna. Keep an eye out for birds of prey on the prowl! Walking through wildflower meadows and over hills and take in fantastic landscape views across the wonderful Lincolnshire Wolds.

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Information Moderate - 7.9 km (4.9 miles) | Time: 2hrs (approx.)
Additional Notes Terrain: Road, Field, Hills, Village
Wooden Footpath Sign

The Tennyson Trail


Wander in the footsteps of Alfred Lord Tennyson! This route encompasses many varieties of Lincolnshire wolds landscape, open farmland toward Tetford provides the soundtrack of the skylark hovering above the arable land and lots of hares to keep you company. A fairly steep incline beyond Hardens Gap provides a welcome bench atop, an ideal rest stop.

You will meander through tree-lined paths to the picturesque village of Brinkhill, another haunt of Tennyson.

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Information Moderate - 9.5 km (5.9 miles) | Time: 2hrs 40m (approx.)
Additional Notes Terrain: Road, Field, Parkland, Hills, Village
A church in Lincolnshire