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The Ridges and Furrows Heritage Trail: Sleaford to Whisby

Ridges and Furrows is a 30-mile (48km) arts and heritage trail, launched in 2018 and linking The National Centre for Craft and Design in Sleaford with Whisby Nature Park via the Lincoln Edge. With beautiful countryside, panoramic views, traditional villages, bustling towns and contemporary art venues, there’s plenty to see and do. This guide is published through a collaboration between iFootpath and North Kesteven District Council.

 The Trail is in four parts and can be followed using the iFootpath App and the leaflets printed from the website. We very much hope that you enjoy the Trail. Please share your experience of the Trail by leaving walk comments, adding gallery pictures and joining the iFootpath Facebook Group. Please click on the walk title in the table below to view the Trail parts in detail.

You may also like to view all the walking guides created through the collaboration between iFootpath and North Kesteven District Council -  North Kesteven Trails. 

 

The four parts of the Trail 

 

Ridges and Furrows Part 1: Sleaford to Cranwell A 6 mile (9.5km) linear walk from Sleaford to Cranwell, forming the first part of the Ridges and Furrows Trail in Lincolnshire. Starting from the imposing St Deny’s Church, the walk follows a beautiful... 10641_c1525795753 The Ridges and Furrows Heritage Trail: Sleaford to Whisby - iFootpath
Ridges and Furrows Part 2: Cranwell to Wellingore A 10 mile (16km) linear walk from Cranwell to Wellingore, forming the second part of the Ridges and Furrows Trail in Lincolnshire. The walk leads you through open countryside and ancients tracks, taking in... 10662_c1525976314 The Ridges and Furrows Heritage Trail: Sleaford to Whisby - iFootpath
Ridges and Furrows Part 3: Wellingore to Waddington A linear walk of just over 6 miles (10km) from Wellingore to Waddington, forming the third part of the Ridges and Furrows Trail in Lincolnshire. The route follows a stretch of the Viking Way along Lincoln... 10677_c1526055725 The Ridges and Furrows Heritage Trail: Sleaford to Whisby - iFootpath
Ridges and Furrows Part 4: Waddington to Whisby A linear walk of just over 7 miles (11km) from Waddington to Whisby Nature Reserve, forming the fourth and final part of the Ridges and Furrows Trail in Lincolnshire. Setting out along Lincoln Edge, the walk... 10680_c1526064101 The Ridges and Furrows Heritage Trail: Sleaford to Whisby - iFootpath

 

The full Ridges and Furrows Heritage Trail from Sleaford to Whisby

 

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46.6 km, 23:59:45

 

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