Little Paxton - Offord Cluny - Diddington - Little Paxton

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A truly fabulous circular route of contrasts, this walk is just about flat all the way and is a wildlife spectacular, following the Great River Ouse for quite some distance and giving views of the river with boats and wildlife on view. Some stretches along the river are tree-lined, where many birds can be heard. Turning away from the river through farmland and on along the babbling Diddington Brook through Diddington, there is a site of a medieval village to pass. Passing some modern working gravel pits is very interesting. Paxton Pits Nature Reserve is walked through, both at the beginning and end of this wonderful walk.

England - East England - Cambridgeshire - Countryside

Features

Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Great Views, Industrial Archaeology, Lake/Loch, Nature Trail, River, Wildlife, Woodland
29/05/2014 - Angie Baxter

Really lovely walk along the river. There was plenty of wildlife to see and the nature reserve is beautiful too.

18/08/2012 - Helen Wakefield

This was a very enjoyable walk, the views etc were lovely. This walk in one particular part was very wet indeed. This was at point 7 on the instructions. I would most certainly do this walk again. While walking alongside of the River Ouse we were lucky enough to see plenty of Dragon Flies etc.