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This is a memorable walk, not only for the good paths but for the wildlife that can be seen whilst en route, such as herons, grebes, geese and ducks. Numerous butterflies such as the yellow brimstone can also be spotted. The paths are tracks and field edges and banks beside watercourses. The only road part is in Wicken Village.

England - East England - Cambridgeshire - Fens


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Great Views, Lake/Loch, National Trust, River, Toilets, Wildlife
5/28/2020 - Tony Chamberlain

At 8, go over bridge & turn right along river bank - the kissing gate has obviously been moved a few metres & you don't need to go through it

6/4/2006 - kari greaves

Wicken mill is accessable from the path between P6 and P7. It is open most weekends of the year, but always on the first Saturday of the month, grinding flour for sale when it's windy, and offering tours of the mill for free.     

5/11/2005 - David Green

At waypoint 5 take care to take the left hand gate. The stile is hidden by the hedgerow. The right hand path is overgrown and leads into farmed fields.