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In Lincolnshire Walking & Cycling

The perfect place to explore nature

Quadring Fen is situated in the South Holland district of the county, which offers an excellent network of country lanes and footpaths for all to enjoy.

Whether you are a casual rambler who enjoys a gentle walk at weekends, or an outdoor enthusiast, the surrounding area has a variety of walks for all to appreciate. 

From long river bank walks to circular village jaunts, there is a route for all levels of walker and the stunning scenery in the area makes this the perfect destination for a walking holiday. The open farmland and wetland areas of South Holland can be explored via a network of public rights of way, accompanied by stunning scenery.

If you prefer to take in the scenery on two wheels, the area is rich in cycle paths too. The National Cycle Route (NCR) is linked to nearby Baston and Stamford and shadows the MacMillan Way, making use of river paths and lanes. Alternatively, you could take the south bank of the River Welland from Spalding and continue on to Crowland and The Deepings, linking up with the Peterborough Millennium Green Wheel network.

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With plenty to see and do around Lincolnshire it’s the perfect holiday destination with a wide range of activities.

Located in the East Midlands, Lincolnshire is the second largest county in England, second only to Yorkshire. Offering a diversity of landscapes, Lincolnshire is the home of vast skies and rich farming land to the south of the county and miles of golden beaches to the east. Add to the mix a host of historical towns such as Stamford, and the beautiful cathedral city of Lincoln, and you begin to get a feel for this glorious county.

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