Hubbard's Hills is a beautiful and unspoilt attraction on the edge of Louth and the Lincolnshire Wolds. It is a 125ft deep valley and you can walk around the top with some incredible views, or through the bottom (where you have the River Lud for company!); many people do both! It opened in 1907 and has remained essentially the same ever since. There's no entrance fee. A car park which charges a nominal fee (50p I believe) is situated at the Crowtree Lane end and there's also a café there. Parking is free at the bypass end. I regard it as a must see Louth attraction along with St. James' Church. It does get very busy on hot weekends in the summer, but is generally quiet at most other times.
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