Winter walks in Lincolnshire

Take a fresh winter walk in the stunning scenery at one of our places this month. We recommend wrapping up warm and wearing sturdy boots or wellies. Afterwards, you can treat yourself to a hot drink and bite to eat at one of our restaurants or tea-rooms. There's a walk here for you - whether you are looking for adventure, or a gentle stroll with family.

Walking with us

This article was created before the coronavirus crisis, and may not reflect the current situation. There may be restrictions in place on some of these walks. Please make sure you check web pages for individual places before you travel for booking details and the most up to date information about visiting

Sheep in the frost at Belton House

Step out into Belton's stunning parkland

From crisp, bright, frosty days to atmospheric, misty mornings, Belton is a delight in winter. On these quiet days, Belton deer are often very close to the house and make for great photo opportunities.

Walkers at Gunby’s ice house pond
Walking trail

A short stroll around Gunby's historic past 

Whilst Gunby Hall is closed to the public, you can explore the wider estate. We recommend this lovely winter walk, which takes you to Monksthorpe Chapel in the historic ground of Gunby.


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