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peterborough1234 wrote a review Jul 2020
Stamford, United Kingdom172 contributions108 helpful votes
Great walk and beautifully created using part of the old railway line. Thank you to all responsible for creating this - is a really great project Now how about extending along the line both north and south ?
Date of experience: June 2020
shane😁😁 wrote a review May 2020
Northamptonshire, United Kingdom11913 contributions1926 helpful votes
We tried the Kings Cliffe rail walk earlier today and since my last visit 30 months previously, the old pathway has had some work carried out. I could only walk a certain distance previously and hit a large overgrown patch but this has since been cleared. There has been seating added since my last visit and there has been some repair work to the wooden fencing. As for the walk, it was highly enjoyable and I walked it from the old station to the end where it continues into the open fields, a total distance of about 2 miles returning to my car. I will attempt the walk through the fields on my next visit just to see how far it actually goes. A lovely walk which is very uneven in places and there are some steps to negotiate also. Visited 24th May 2020.…
Date of experience: May 2020
kempdj wrote a review Jan 2019
Peterborough, United Kingdom269 contributions77 helpful votes
Very enjoyable circular walk with great scenery in a lovely part of the country. Not too difficult and mostly dry and suitable for walks during wet weather as it appears the ground is not badly affected by rain.
Date of experience: January 2019
Skybolt wrote a review Dec 2017
Peterborough, United Kingdom175 contributions64 helpful votes
The old railway line has been cleared by volunteers from the village and is now an easy stroll where much of the local flora and fauna is visible during the seasons.
Date of experience: September 2017
saf7670 wrote a review Oct 2017
Peterborough, United Kingdom1706 contributions771 helpful votes
I live in Peterborough and whilst using maps to search a route, spotted a Glenn Miller memorial at Kings Cliffe, so decided to pay it a visit. The now disused Kings Cliffe airfield was the site of Glenn Millers final performance, and there is a memorial pillar commemorating the event. A pleasant walk through woods leads you to the small post, which is hidden away.…
Date of experience: October 2017