The lincs wold way

Tony has designed this 80 mile circular walk to take in the best of the Wolds and keeps to the high ground whenever possible. It has been broken down into 5 stages, averaging 6 hours walking per day.

Its’ length has been designed so that it can be completed in a week’s holiday with a day to relax at the end or at an intermittent point chosen by the walker. Or it can be walked over a longer period of time choosing the days to suit the season, weather or lifestyle.

The walk starts and ends in Louth which is known as the ‘Gateway to the Wolds’ but in reality it can be started and ended at any point.

Each days walk starts and ends at a convenient point to be collected/drop off and if your timing is right to sup a well earned pint at a local hostelry.

An easy to print off A5 PDF file has been created with text and maps to guide walkers through each days walk.

Download and print.

PDF 1: Introduction

PDF 2: Day 1

PDF 3: Day 2

PDF 4: Day 3

PDF 5: Day 4

PDF 6: Day 5

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Winter on the Wolds

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ABOVE DONINGTON ON BAIN

Download and print the map and walking guide:

Wold Newton walks (PDF)

Fotherby

These 3 circular walks will take you around the village and
out to the wolds and fields around it. The accompanying
notes describe the history of the village with reference to a range of buildings.

Red route goes to Hirds Farm & the old railway (1.9 miles)
Blue route goes up to Fotherby Common (2.9 miles)
Yellow route goes to Little Grimsby (2.0 miles)

Download and print the map
and walking guides:

Fotherby map (PDF)

Red walk (PDF)
Blue walk (PDF)
Yellow walk (PDF)

Donington on bain

Located in a central position in the Wolds, this walk includes panoramic views around the Wolds and a valley walk along
the Viking Way.

4.4 miles for the short route
6.1 miles includes the meduim route
7.6 miles includes the long route

Download and print the map
and walking guide:

Donington walks (PDF)

TETFORD

Located in a southern area of the Wolds, this walk includes panoramic views of the Bluestone Heath Ridge and a visit to the birthplace of Alfred Lord Tennyson.

4.6 miles for the short route
5.5 miles includes the medium route
6.7 miles includes the long route

Download and print the map
and walking guide:

Tetford walks (PDF)

ABY

Located in the south east of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this walk includes chalk streams and lovely views
into the Wolds.

5.1 miles for the short route
5.7 miles for the medium route
7.4 miles for the long route

Download and print the map and walking guide:

Aby Walks (PDF)

We'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences on the self guided walks. Please email them to Tony at tony@tonygroom.com

Any relation to other published walks is entirely coincidental.

more routes coming soon...

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