4-mile walk Donington on Bain and Biscathorpe
This 4-mile circular walk in the Lincolnshire Wolds starts and finishes in the village of Donington on Bain.
The walk can be found on Ordnance Survey Explorer Map 282 Lincolnshire Wolds North – Louth and Market Rasen.
Start the walk from outside the church, with the church on your left head through the village. You will pass the Black Horse pub on your left and a small village shop. Keep walking until you reach Simon’s Close, which is also on your left. Just after the close, go through the kissing gate to a grassy track that leads uphill, with a hedge on your right and horse paddocks on your left. When we walked this in February the track was wet and muddy in places.
Continue walking along this track and there will be a conifer wood on your left. Then you will walk through a deciduous wood.
Keep following this track until you reach the bridleway and can see the old radar and tower at Stenigot to your right. Then turn left onto the bridleway. The bridleway takes you across farmland.
There are views across the Bain valley to be seen to the left and the Belmont tower.
Cross a road and continue on the bridleway.
Follow the bridleway until it joins a farm track and bears to the left, continue on until you join a road and go left downhill into parkland.
Cross 2 fords and then join the Viking Way and go left behind the Church Cottage and Church opposite the site of the Medieval Village of Biscathorpe.
Go through the gate at the back of the church and go left on to the Viking Way then go across the bridge and follow the Viking Way with the River Bain on your right.
Cross the stile and turn right onto the road and then left onto Mill Road into Donington on Bain.
We stopped at Post and Pantry for a cup of tea and a sandwich.
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