Lincoln Rocks

Route 64 Walking and Cycle Trail

Parks & Walks

Route 64 Walking and Cycle Trail- Harby to Lincoln (pushchair friendly)

This route is part of the National Cycle Network. You can join the route 64 cycle trail which takes you from the small Nottinghamshire village of Harby, into the ancient city of Lincoln. The route follows are tarmac cycle path along a dismantled railway through the countryside to the village of Skellingthorpe, and then on into Lincoln. The route takes you along the towpath of the Roman Fossdyke canal, arriving at the Brayford Pool in the centre of Lincoln.

The 6.6 mile route follows a smooth tarmac path and is free from traffic, making it the ideal place for a family friendly walk or a cycle ride.

To get there, you will need to park in Harby. There is a small layby just before the old railway bridge on Station Road, a short way out of the village, just past Queen Eleanor's Primary School. Head off the pavement down the path, which leads you to the left of the bridge and onto the cycle trail.

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Map Credit: Sustrans

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