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Lincolnshire: A Dog Walker's Guide, Catherine Smith - Here is a collection of 20 tried and tested circular walks with plenty of opportunities for your dog to roam safely off lead. The routes vary in length from 2 and a half to 6 miles and introduce dogs and their owners to Lincolnshire's glorious countryside; lush Vales; a wetland habitat in the Fens, coastal walks by the Wash, woodland in the Wolds and wonderful moorland in the north of the county. Published March 15.

Lincolnshire Heritage Walks, Danny Walsh - This beautifully illustrated walking guide explores the history and heritage that make the Lincolnshire landscape so unique. Covering everything on the routes from folklore, culture and wildlife to archaeology, geology and architecture, it tells of the past hidden in Lincolnshire’s footpaths. By including variations on all of the featured walks, Danny Walsh allows the reader to adapt them to suit their abilities and tastes. With a section for kids in each chapter, walkers of all ages are encouraged to explore and engage with the picturesque and endlessly fascinating county of Lincolnshire.  Published June 14.

ISBN: 9780752482774 - Lincolnshire Heritage Walks

 

A Boot Up the Lincolnshire Wolds, Hugh Marrows - The Lincolnshire Wolds comprise an area of approximately 216 square miles / 558 square kilometres. In recent years the delights of its quiet, unspoilt countryside which offer great walking opportunities have become better known and appreciated. The Wolds were designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural beauty (AONB) in 1973.They are made up of Cretaceous rocks, primarily chalk but with some limestone in the south. These dip towards the east, where many glacial valleys divide the gentler slopes, but conversely create a steep scarp slope to the west. The Wolds therefore present an extremely attractive walking environment that is rarely very demanding given that the highest point is 551 feet (168 metres). The hills do however appear higher in places for the Wolds are surrounded by the low-lying land of the coastal marshes to the east and the "fen-like" valleys of the Rivers Witham and Ancholme to the west. All the walks have been carefully selected to give as wide as possible an overview of this lovely part of Lincolnshire balanced with an attempt to explore
some of its lesser-known areas. They range in
distance from 4 to 10 miles and are ideal for
families and groups of friends. Published June 11
Walks for All Seasons Lincolnshire, Hugh Marrows, Published March 15.

ISBN: 9781909914278 - Walks for All Seasons Lincolnshire

Pub Walks in Lincolnshire, Brett Collier - Features circular walks around Lincolnshire, starting and finishing at a good local pub. Published May 07.

Pocket Pub Walks in Lincolnshire, George Keeping.  Published April 08.

Adventurous Pub Walks in Lincolnshire, Roger Fox -  Twenty circular walks varying in length between 7-12 miles and based around good local pubs. Covers routes near Grantham, Boston, Lincoln, Scunthorpe and Grimsby. With maps and photographs. Published September 03.

Adventurous Pub Walks in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire and The Wolds: Walks, Brian Conduit - Clear and easy-to-follow directions are accompanied by detailed maps and specially commissioned photographs. With 28 colour-coded routes to choose from, all tried and tested by seasoned walkers and varying from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, there is a walk to suit everyone. This book introduces you to the area and highlights the most scenic walks with GPS data for each waypoint of every walk.  Published December 07.

ISBN: 9780711749863 - Lincolnshire and the Wolds

Footpath for Fitness Lincolnshire, Matthew Pike - The twenty graded circular routes in this book vary in length from 1 and a half miles to 8 and a half miles, and have been designed as a simple programme for those who want to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Each route has been graded from 1 - 3 to indicate the level of effort required and an estimation of the calories burned during the walk. Published April 09.

ISBN: 9781846741425 - Footpaths for Fitness: Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire Heritage Walks, Danny Walsh.  Published May 14. 

Kiddiwalks in Lincolnshire, Catherine W Smith - Here is a book with twenty safe walks in the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside, devised specially with children in mind. Packed with fun things to see and do, each route offers a great outing. Children can have fun and learn about natural history whilst getting plenty of exercise and fresh air.  Published April 12. 

ISBN: 9781846742842 - Kiddiwalks in Lincolnshire

 

Walking Through Lincolnshire's History, Hugh Marrows - Taken from his popular column in the "Lincolnshire Standard" newspapers, Hugh Marrows once again invites ramblers to join him on twenty historic walks around the Lincolnshire countryside. From Roman settlements to WWII airfields, the canals to the railways, "Walking Through Lincolnshire's History" is a must for any rambler with an interest in the area's historical legacy. Clear, easy to follow, full-colour maps ensure that walkers of all levels can enjoy routes that include both breathtaking scenery, and places of historical interest, whether they are following in the footsteps of an Edwardian holidaymaker or the trails of Viking invaders. Full of helpful hints about places for refreshment, local landmarks and tips for the novice walker, "Walking Through Lincolnshire's History" has never been more fascinating, accessible and enjoyable. Limited availability.  Published March 08.

ISBN: 9781845471873 - Walking Through Lincolnshire's History

Walking Close to South Lincolnshire, Clive Brown. Limited availability.  Published June 10.

ISBN: 9781907669453 - Walking Close to South Lincolnshire

Also:

The Torpel Way Limited availability.
Bourne and the Deepings
Limited availability.
Welland near Stamford
Limited availability.

Short Walks for all the Family in Lincolnshire, Hugh Marrows - 20 Short Walks for All the Family.  Limited availability. Published May 13. 

 

Old Airfield Walks in Lincolnshire, David Clark - Over 60 years after the end of the Second World War, Lincolnshire is still often referred to as the Bomber County , by virtue of the number of Bomber Command airfields once situated within its boundaries. The addition of Fighter Command, Coastal Command and United States Army Air Force bases made for a total of around fifty active airfields. This book comprises 20 circular walks centred on the remains of Lincolnshire's Second World War military airfields. Ranging from roughly 4 miles to 11 miles in length, the walks include additional features of interest and are supported by details of airfield history.  Published April 14.  Limited availability.

ISBN: 9781850589686 - Old Airfield Walks

Ramblers Short Walks in Lincolnshire - A practical little walk guide to Lincolnshire and the Wolds endorsed by the Ramblers. All the walks are 5 miles or under in length and can easily be completed in less that 3 hours. 20 walks are included and use clear Ordnance Survey maps to show the route plus easy to follow walk descriptions. The walks are located in the Lincolnshire Wolds, a scenic range of hills in eastern England. They are a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the highest area of land in eastern England between Yorkshire and Kent. The hills run roughly parallel with the North Sea coast, from the Humber in the northwest to the town of Spilsby in the southeast. This guide, produced in co-operation with the Ramblers and featuring Ordnance Survey mapping, is the perfect way to get out and enjoy the stunning scenery. This compact little guide contains walks, all of which are 5 miles or under, which are ideal for an afternoon stroll. Limited availability. Published March 11.
 

ISBN: 9780007395422 - Ramblers Short Walks in Lincolnshire and the Wolds

Pub Walks for the Motorist - Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, Charles Wildgoose and Roger Fox - Forty circular walks around these diverse counties, each based on a good local pub. Includes routes at Hope and Markeaton Park in Derbyshire; Carlton-in-Lindrick and Colston Bassett in Nottinghamshire; and Surfleet and Owston Ferry in Lincolnshire.  Published June 05. Limited availability.


Pub Walks for Motorists: Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire & Lincolnshire

 

 

AA 100 Walks in Eastern England - Enjoy the best of the British countryside with this compact, and easy-to-carry walking guide offering highlights of Eastern England, its regional and topographical features, plus information on footpath signing, countryside access, walking tips and safety guidelines. The 100 walks cover the area in detail, with the distance of each ranging from two to ten miles depending on the terrain and interest along the way. Town and city strolls may be shorter, depending on the hinterland.  Limited availability. Published January 10.

ISBN: 9780749564964 - Eastern England

 

 

 

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