Walking in Cambridgeshire
There are lots of things to discover on a walk in Cambridgeshire, including Anglesey Abbey’s iconic tree avenues, Wicken Fen’s winding reedbed routes, and paths through the two-acre Victorian garden at Peckover House.
Explore Wicken Fen and the four Lodes that border Adventurers' Fen. This trail is great for a walk to catch glimpses of our grazing herds of Konik ponies and Highland cattle.
Discover unspoiled villages and an old market town, alongside water meadows and the delightful Ouse valley landscape, on the St Ives and The Hemingfords walk.
A 3-mile walk, exploring new areas of wetland habitat, reed beds and the mere.
A short walk around Wicken's ancient Sedge Fen, a unique remnant of undrained fenland.
Follow this circular walk across the water meadows and over the Ouse valley landscape as you discover the history of the local area.
Today visitors can enjoy the hard gravel paths around the garden. There's also single-seater mobility vehicles available to hire in advance and wheelchairs on request.
The ¾ mile raised boardwalk allows easy access into this fenland landscape of flowering meadows, sedge and reedbeds, where you can encounter rarities such as hen harriers, water voles and bitterns. Mobility parking is available just outside the visitor centre, where wheelchairs can be hired.
Enjoy the colourful parterre garden, pleasure grounds and walled garden, via the gravel and concrete pathways that lead to Home Farm. There are also three wheelchairs, five single-seater mobility vehicles and a volunteer-driven multi-seater vehicle available.