Winter walks in Lincolnshire

Take a bracing winter walk at one of our places this month. Explore parkland, woodland, or the wild Peak District, and take in some breathtaking scenery. 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.

Buck in the winter
Walking trail

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 

For a quick stroll we recommend this 30 minute walk around the wider estate at Gunby Hall, including the old ice house and former Gunby village.

A frosty view of Lyveden from underneath an oak tree

Walk the Lyveden Way

Just over the border, walkers and wildlife spotters will love this nearby route through the picturesque countryside at Lyveden in Northamptonshire.