Walking in Cambridgeshire

Why not explore Cambridgeshire on foot with one of our downloadable walks? Discover the fenland waterways and witness the stunning nature that this area has to offer.

Exterior view of Houghton Mill on the River Ouse
Enjoy walking in the meadows surrounding Houghton Mill Robert Morris

Houghton Meadows walk

Follow this circular walk across the water meadows and over the Ouse valley landscape as you discover the history of the local area.

Exterior view of Houghton Mill on the River Ouse
Walk along the river and discover what lies beyond Houghton Mill Robert Morris

Huntingdon and Godmanchester walk

Head off through a watery landscape in search of lost mills on this eight mile walk through the delightful landscape of the Ouse valley.

Octavia Hill (after John Singer Sargent) by Reginald Grenville Eves, RA
Octavia Hill was one of the founders of the National Trust National Trust Images / John Hammond

Peckover House Octavia Hill Wisbech heritage walk

Take a relaxing stroll around the north and south Brinks area of Wisbech, where Octavia Hill was born.

View of Houghton Mill in the distance
What will you discover on your next walk with us? National Trust Images

St Ives and The Hemingfords walk

Start by taking in the relaxing surroundings of the water meadows on this walk before exploring the local market towns around our special place.

The Wind Pump situated on the Sedge Fen at Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve, Cambridgeshire
The iconic Wind Pump of Wicken Fen National Trust Images/Robert Morris

Wicken Fen boardwalk trail

A short walk around Wicken's ancient Sedge Fen, a unique remnant of un-drained fenland.

Konik ponies at Wicken Fen galloping towards the camera
Look out for the Konik ponies at Wicken Fen Justin Minns

Wicken Fen wildlife walk

Wicken Fen is the National Trust’s oldest nature reserve and home to many plants and insects, plus rare birds like bittern, and mammals, like otter.

Wimpole Estate, Cambridgshire
Walk through woodland and along farm tracks at Wimpole National Trust / Catherine Hayburn

Wimpole Cobbs Wood farm walk

This walk is a great way to explore Wimpole's farmland and learn more about the working estate, grazing pastures and some of its animals.

Two cows grazing
Take a wander out into Wimpole's parkland National Trust Images / Andrew Butler

Wimpole folly and woodland belt walk

An historical wildlife walk starting at this grand stable-block, exploring the diverse landscape of one of the largest estates in Cambridgeshire.