Silver Lincs Way, Lincolnshire
This enjoyable waymarked route between Grimsby and Louth is a perfect introduction to the Lincolnshire Wolds, using trails, footpaths and short stretches of quiet lane to link up the two towns. Designed as a walk, it was established in 2005 to mark the Silver Jubilee of the Grimsby & Louth Group of the Ramblers – but it works brilliantly as a running route too. The route takes in woodland trails, pretty villages and some wonderful sections through the rolling Wolds where vast skies arch overhead. The final miles that follow the River Lud through Hubbard’s Hills before arriving in Louth are a stunning way to finish. Please note that the section after carefully crossing the busy A157 follows a permissive path, which is available for use thanks to the kind consent of the landowners.
Classic Lincolnshire countryside on the Silver Lincs Way