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Pub Walks in Nottinghamshire

We are including in this website a series of walks in Nottinghamshire that feature pubs listed on this site. At present most of these walks are in the Southwell area but this will be extended later in the year 2002. If you know of a good walk starting at one of the pubs or inns listed on this site please send the details to [email protected]

Burton Joyce, Bulcote and the River Trent

A 4˝ mile walk, part by the river Trent. The walk starts and finishes through the sprawling village of Burton Joyce and takes in the almost unspoilt hamlet of Bulcote.

Calverton, Woodborough and Lambley

This 8 mile walk is through typical Nottinghamshire countryside and passes through three villages of historical importance for framework knitting although Calverton was influenced by the coal industry when the hosiery industry declined.

East Bridgford and the River Trent

A 4 mile walk part by the river Trent. Although care should be taken when the river is high as part of the path could be impassable and at other times muddy, it provides many varied aspects throughout the walk.

Fiskerton, Rolleston and Upton

A six mile walk along the River Trent, open countryside and pretty Trentside villages

Gibsmere (near Bleasby) and Hoveringham

A five mile walk partly along the river Trent and passes by lakes left by gravel extraction

Gunthorpe and the River Trent

This short, four mile walk is part along the Trent, passes several pubs including one frequented by Dick Turpin with its own microbrewery.

Laxton and Moorhouse

This 5˝ mile walk starts at Laxton, one of the historically most important villages in Nottinghamshire with its open field system of farming. This walk is particular beautiful in spring when the primroses are out

Morton, Fiskerton, Bleasby and River Trent

A five mile walk, partly along the river Trent and through the delightful villages of Morton, Bleasby and Fiskerton

Nottingham – The Original Ghost Walks

These run every Saturday at 7pm (except December) from the Salutation Inn, they take about 1ź hours and are about 1mile long. They cost £4 and £2 for children.

Oxton and Robin Hood Hill

This four mile walk takes you to Oldox camp, one of the largest remaining hill forts in Nottinghamshire with good views over the surrounding countryside.

Southwell and Westhorpe

A five mile walk through the pretty hamlet of Westhorpe on the edge of the historic town of Southwell. Westhorpe was once associated with the frame knitting industry. Part of the walk is along paths know to exist prior to 956 AD.

Upton and Micklebarrow Hill

A four mile walk through the Trentside countryside and close to Southwell racecourse, part of the walk follows the Trent Valley Way.

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