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Walking Close to the Lincolnshire Wolds - North

Walking Close to the Lincolnshire Wolds - North

by: Clive Brown
The Wolds are a range of low hills running from Spilsby, North West almost parallel to the Lincolnshire coast, to the River Humber. The distinctive landscape of the AONB was created during the last Ice Age. Several iconic landmarks can be seen from the northern Wolds,

Lincoln cathedral, the Humber Bridge and Louth church spire are all very noticeable in the right weather conditions. The beauty spot of Hubbard's Hills was created at the end of the last Ice Age. Melted water became trapped at the end of a glacier and gouged the steep sided valley as it escaped.

This guide is one of an extensive series of 'no frills' local walking guide booklets which admirably achieve their objective of getting you out in the countryside amongst beautiful scenery on carefully chosen routes full of interest. The directions are simple and detailed and include clear pencil drawn sketch maps.

The book describes ten varied and interesting circular routes in the northern Lincolnshire Wolds countryside. The distances vary between 4 and 8.5 miles.

The walk locations are:
East Ravendale and Leg of Mutton Plantation - 6 miles
Belchford and Platts Lane - 8.5 miles
Louth and Hubbard's Hills - 5 miles
Binbrook and Isaac Plot Plantation - 6 miles
Rothwell and Nettleton Beck - 8.5 miles
Willingham Woods - 6 miles
Sixhills and Bootleg Plantation - 5 miles
Binbrook and Lud's Well - 5.75 miles
Brinkhill and Snake Holt - 6 miles
Donington on Bain and the Bain Valley - 4.25 miles

ISBN 9781907669781 Pages 24 (2013 reprinted 2018) 148mm x 210mm

Price: 2.20