We’re aiming to complete a different circular walk in and around Cambridgeshire each week. We started with the Ordnance Survey book of Cambridgeshire Circular Walks, but have branched out from there. We’re keeping a record here – for our own interest and as a database of future walk ideas for ourselves and others – do try them out!

Steve & Joy

The map shows the starting points of the walks. The table below the map lists the walks, sorted alphabetically by starting location. Follow the link to the blog entry of the month in which we did the walk for details (including route maps for many of the walks).

Starting pointMilesRouteBlog
1Chesterton5.2Along the river and around the cityDec 2020
2Cottenham7.5Long Drove + Rampton loopsMar 2021
3Ely6.8Little Thetford (C19)Mar 2021
4Fen Ditton6.6Cambridge commons and Mill RdFeb 2021
5Histon5.8Oakington – Girton Jan 2021
6Landbeach6.6Waterbeach – river – Milton Jan 2021
7Linton7.3Rivey Hill – Hildersham (C22)Apr 2021
8Lode5.5Stow-cum-Quy Fen (C10)Mar 2021
9Lolworth6.5Chliderley, Knapwell, Boxworth (C15)Feb 2021
10Mepal3.5The Hundred Foot Drain (C1)Nov 2020
11Milton4.8Country Park – Chesterton – riverJan 2021
12Newnham6.3Trumpington – Grantchester Feb 2021
13Over4.8Swavesey via the Great Ouse (C3)Nov 2020
14Reach4.5Swaffham Prior & Devil’s Dyke (C7)Nov 2020
15St Ives6Houghton & the Hemingfords (C12)Nov 2020
16University Library6City – Grantchester loop (C8)Dec 2020
17University Library7West Cambridge – Coton Feb 2021
18Wandlebury7Magog Down – Stapleford (C24)Jan 2021
19Wicken Fen6Upware (C11)Mar 2021
20Willingham6.3Great Ouse – Aldreth Causeway (C18)Mar 2021
21Wimpole Estate4.8Estate walk (C5)Dec 2020
“C” in brackets after a route indicates a walk from Cambridgeshire Circular Walks .and is followed by the number of the walk in that book. We plan to start adding routes from the Suffolk book at some point.