Short Walk 1
A short easy loop around a small part of South Ormsby Estate, there are no hills on this walk and little road walking. You will meander through cattle fields and arable, and alongside the burbling Calceby Beck. The beck runs alongside Furze Close wood where you often see the odd Muntjac deer darting in and out of and hear the sound of woodpeckers doing their work!
Short Walk 2
A leisurely stroll taking in some of South Ormsby Estates wonderful vistas. Lots of Lincoln Reds to see along the way and an abundance of wildlife including Red Kites hovering above and deer leaping over the crops, you may even see the odd duck when you cross the footbridge near Furze Close wood.
Many species of wildflowers line the footpaths, also arable crops such as barley are a lovely sight waving in the wind.
Short Walk 3
A leisurely stroll taking in the Parkland of South Ormsby Estate. Enjoy the wonderful view of the front of South Ormsby Hall built by James Paine in 1752, in all its splendour.
Amble through the Estates Parkland and say hello to our Lincoln Red cattle over the fence. Take in the many verities of trees within the Park including walnut and a huge beech and see if you can spot a Red Kite circling above.
Short Walk 4
One of the shortest walks in the portfolio, this is an excellent sample of the countryside on the South Ormsby Estate. As with some of our other walks, this has the added luxury of a tranquil little picnic spot where you can have your lunch and observe the Estates beautiful Massingberd-Mundy Lincoln Red cattle at Keel Farm. This trail is undertaken with ease and has no hills to climb and the terrain is mostly field paths and verges.