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With quiet country lanes and cycle paths it couldn’t be easier to explore the county on two wheels.

Cycle England - The Lincolnshire Wolds Cycle Route

Lincolnshire is a web of almost deserted lanes between dykes and deep hedges. Stretching from the coastal flatlands to the rolling wolds, through quiet towns and villages, past abbeys, castles, stately homes and century old farms and some of the oldest churches in Britain.


See highlighted attractions to visit and suggested itineraries, with routes and GPX files on the Cycle England website.

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The Lindsey Trail
The Lindsey Trail

 A 69 mile trail across the Lincolnshire Wolds suitable for carriage drivers, horse riders, cyclists and walkers.

For other route ideas see the Lincolnshire Coast & Countryside Site, or for an overview view the map link.

Useful Links

Visit Lincolnshire Website - Ride in the presence of history at Lincoln Castle, past stately homes and historic houses like Burghley House and Normanby Hall, or perhaps take the Water Rail Way to the east of Lincoln and explore the beautiful, award-winning village of Woodhall Spa and find out about the pivotal role it played in aviation history.


Love Lincolnshire Wolds Cycle Club - Their Strava site will provide you with all the route information you require during your stay.

Lincolnshire Coast & Countryside Sites - Contains information for walkers, cyclists & horse riders across the Lincolnshire region.

The Lincolnshire Right of Way Map enables you to find routes and open areas with public access for walking, cycling and riding in Lincolnshire.

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