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Enjoy walking? 

You're in for a treat!

Scamblesby is famous for its picture-perfect surroundings and what better way to take advantage of being in the middle of the gorgeous Lincolnshire Wolds than walking it?


The favourite walk is the walk that starts in the centre of the small village of Scamblesby and heads south on a section of the Viking Way Long-distance Footpath. This long-distance path starts on the south bank of the Humber and finishes on the banks of Rutland Water. This section of the Viking Way is fairly hilly, traversing the glacial scenery of the Wolds.


For the less adventurous or less fit, the walk can be reduced in two ways and still give access to the delights of the Wolds, firstly by starting at Scamblesby and following the route as far as Waymark 6 and then taking the lane west from Waymark 5 to rejoin the route at Waymark 16. Alternatively the walk can be started in Belchford at Waymark 6 and continued to Waymark 16. There is roadside parking on the western approach lane to Belchford between Waymarks 5 and 16.

  • 1 mile from Cadwell

  • 6.5 miles away from historic town of Horncastle and market town of Louth

  • 40 minute drive to the cathedral city of Lincoln

  • Wolds wildlife park situated 6.5 miles away in Horncastle

  • Louth Museum 

  • Meridian Leisure centre  

  • Brook House Farm indoor and outdoor riding school

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