Hike & Bike

We have many wonderful walks and cycle routes along our line, which include City, Country and Coast. Where will you explore today?

Heckington Village Trail

Explore this picturesque village located just a short journey from Sleaford; the trail includes the station. Heckington holds a wealth of history waiting for you to discover. To download the trail please click here.

Spires & Steeples

The Spires & Steeples Arts & Heritage Trail runs from Lincoln Cathedral to St Denys Church in Sleaford passing through beautiful countryside and picturesque villages, many with their own village art trails, along the way.

For more information click here


Sleaford Arts & Heritage Trail

This 3 mile trail is inspired by the rich heritage of the market town of Sleaford and features eighteen bronze roundels situated at significant historical sites and visitor attractions including Cogglesford Mill, Navigation House, The National Centre for Craft and Design and Sleaford station. The trail takes around 2 hours to complete and maps are available to download here

Ridges & Furrows

Ridges & Furrows is a new 30 mile arts & heritage trail for Lincolnshire linking The National Centre for Craft and Design in Sleaford with the Millennium Green in North Hykeham via the Lincoln Edge. Click here to download a map or for further information click here Sleaford

Stepping Out

Stepping Out is a collection of walks, varying in distance, through quiet, unspoilt countryside in the heart of rural Lincolnshire. To find out about all the beautiful walks and to download a map click here

Sleaford Station Circular

This circular cycle route starts and finishes at Sleaford station and follows quiet roads and cycle paths. The route is mostly level and you can chose the 26 or shorter 16 mile route. To view the route click here

Sleaford Circular

For those with a little extra time why not try this 41 mile circular trail which extends as far as Woolsthorpe, via Grantham, before returning to Sleaford via Allington, Barkston and Wilsford. Not one for the faint hearted! For the route information click here

Grantham Circular

Starting and finishing at Grantham station, this circular cycle route takes you 23 ½ miles along quiet roads, tracks, canal towpath and a disused railway line. For route information click here.

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