Walking holidays in Lincolnshire
You really are spoilt for walking options in Lincolnshire. The beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. You can explore the many superb walks on your own, with a guide or join one of the organised walks during the annual Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival.
In Lincolnshire there are many options for walking destinations ripe for exploration for all levels of fitness. These include from the challenging Viking Way, which covers 147 miles from the mighty Humber Bridge to Oakham in Rutland, following the edge of historic Dane Law. If this is too challenging many smaller towns have local walks which tour areas of historic importance, picturesque countryside and romantic locations, with the city of Lincoln in particular possessing some spectacular city walks and views. For the more nature orientated the walks around the classical seaside town of Cleethorpes includes some newly established salt marshes providing excellent bird watching opportunities. Or for the mammal lover you could go check out the famous Donna Nook colony for a chance to see seals in their natural habitats.
Many of the walks and trails across Lincolnshire are pet and dog friendly, with local pubs often providing facilities for your canine walking companion.
With all that Lincolnshire has to offer for a walking holiday, combined with Farm Stay’s unique choice of quality accommodation, why look elsewhere?