Permanent Trails
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Trail name & venue

Trail details The Route
Description

The Falcon Challenge
The
Falcon,
Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire
NN7 1LF
224/SP860:596

Distance 11km Circular
PT252 - BWF Grade 2 
Entry fee 1   
Award - none
Public transport - none
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The Castle Meander
T
he New Sun Inn,
20 High Street,
Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire
PE28 0HA
225/TL099:677

Distance 12km Circular
PT237 - BWF Grade 2  
Entry fee 1   
Award - none
Public transport - none
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The Normanton Trail
Tourist Info Car Park,
Sykes Lane off A606
Empingham, Rutland
LE15 8QL
234/SK938:083

Distance 13km Circular
PT260 - BWF Grade 2 
Entry fee 1   
Award - none
Public transport available to Empingham
Car parking charges apply
Skyes Lane car park closes at 6:30pm
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The Peterborough
City Trail

Gordon Arms, Oundle Road, 
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
PE2 7DH
141/TL170969

Distance 10km Circular
PT208 - BWF Grade 1 
Entry fee 1   
Award - none
Public transport - train & bus

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The organisers are not liable for accidents, thefts and/ or damage to property.  Every effort will be made by the organisers to make these safe, enjoyable and memorable events

Please note these are rural countryside walks (except Peterborough that is pushchair friendly) and you should carry a suitable map, compass, mobile phone, first-aid kit, food & drink. All that said, these trails provide a beautiful experience of some fantastic countryside, so have fun & be safe.

BWF GRADES
GRADE 1 - An easy walk on pavement or well-maintained paths with minimal stiles or hills. May be suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.
GRADE 2 - A moderate walk in any setting with some difficult terrain, one or two substantial hills, steps or stiles. Pushchairs and wheelchairs questionable.
GRADE 3 A more difficult walk. All on poorly maintained paths or tracks, rough fields or woods.  Steep climbs, rough, uneven terrain or frequent stiles. Not likely to be suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs.  Participants with health problems should take caution.
Where a Trail falls between 2 categories, then a plus sign as been added to the lower grade.

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Last updated 08 January, 2016