All the walks below are (sort of) circular. At least in the sense that little of the ground is covered twice and that you get back to where you started.
The terrain of North Lincolnshire is fairly flat, there are a few slopes but nothing very taxing. Unfortunately due to styles and bridges over ditches at field boundaries few of the tracks and paths lend themselves to wheelchair use.
We are aiming to add more walks during 2019. All the walks begin and end within Haxey Parish but a few stray beyond the parish boundaries. We hope to include detailed instructions with photos of the key turning points, together with OS maps for all the walks. About half of those below are complete in that respect.
SHORTER WALKS (UP TO 5 MILES)
6 With video guide! Starting from Haxey Church, walking across the fields to the edge of Graizelound, then past Sandbeds Farm, up the hill to the water tower and return about 40 minutes with a fall and rise of about 40 metres just over 2 miles / 3 Km
The second is about 3.2 miles 5 Km a round trip from Haxey Through Graizelound, some of it along minor roads, that is here.
1 From Westwoodside Playing Fields carpark to Thinholme Lane, Langholme Lane. Then around Langholme Woods nature reserve, part of the Idle valley river and back to Westwoodside via Langholme Lane. About 6 miles / 10Km
6 From Epworth, west and around Epworth Turbary, south to Haxey Turbary and then to Low Burnham, passing the Holy Well and return to Epworth. About 19Km, 12 miles. Extract from The Times of Saturday 10th August 2019