Ullesthorpe Ramble

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Starting in Ullesthorpe, this short walk suitable for a lunchtime's outing takes in an old windmill being restored, crosses a golf course on public paths, giving you the opportunity to ruminate on Mark Twain's views on golf, crosses one of Leicestershire's many disused railway lines to reach a fully restored and working water mill, before finishing off with a short stretch along the Leicestershire Round. There is a short amount of road-walking along quiet lanes.

England - Central England - Leicestershire - Countryside


Birds, Flowers, Good for Kids, Industrial Archaeology, Mostly Flat, Museum, Pub, Public Transport, Restaurant, Wildlife
3/25/2011 - Robert Timmins

This really is a pleasant stroll but I believe the author meant the distance in kilometers rather than miles.

1/17/2011 - Richard Hardy

Some on lead walking required

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16.8 Miles