Walking in Cambridgeshire
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No trip to Cambridgeshire would be complete without a chance to explore the fens and witness the stunning nature that the area has to offer - and the best way to experience the area is on foot.
Here are some walks for you to download before you visit.
Beyond Anglesey Abbey (4.6 miles)
Explore the footpaths beyond Anglesey Abbey, taking in Lode Mill and the winding fenland waterways.
Houghton Meadows (1.75 miles)
A short walk past the remains of the old Huntingdon branch line viaduct.
Huntingdon and Godmanchester (8 miles)
Head off through a watery landscape in search of lost mills in the Ouse Valley.
Octavia Hill Heritage walk (2 miles)
A stroll around Wisbech, where our founder, Octavia Hill, was born.
St. Ives and The Hemingfords (5 miles)
Cross the water meadows to uncover the past glories of a market town.
Wimpole Cobbs Wood farm walk (3.2 miles)
Explore Wimpole's farmland and learn more about this working estate.
Wimpole Folly and woodland belt walk (3 miles)
Discover the rich history of Wimpole Estate, from the remains of medieval farming to lavish Georgian landscapes.
Wicken Fen autumn colour walk (1 mile)
A short walk around Wicken's ancient Sedge Fen taking in the rich russet autumn colours and amazing fenland sunsets.
Wicken Fen ghost walk (2.75 miles)
Explore a fragment of wilderness that once covered East Anglia on an eerie ghost walk.
Wicken Fen Octavia Hill walk (6 miles)
Discover an area that meets with our founder, Octavia Hill's aspirations of a space for people and wildlife.
Wicken Fen summer star gazing walk(0.5 miles)
With its dark skies, Wicken Fen offers a great place to view the night sky.
Wicken Fen wildlife walk(2.7 miles)
Look out for wildlife out and about on Britain's oldest nature reserve.