This organisation was the original society set up in 1865 to protect our common land for the use of the general public. It has been a leading force in promoting legislation for this and also for the protection and creation of Rights of Way including footpaths and bridleways.
The Lincolnshire Fieldpaths Association works with interested parties to discuss and resolve difficulties regarding the whole range of fieldpaths e.g. footpaths, bridleways, restricted bridleways, BOATS and other green lanes.
Whenever possible the Association co-operates with Local Authorities to see that none are obstructed, either by developments, crops or other things.Many of these routes are fairly modern while others are ancient and of unknown legal status.
If you are a walker, horse rider, cyclist, carriage driver or any other user who wants to preserve our ancient rights of way then why not join our association?
This map shows footpaths, bridleways and other Rights of Way which it maintains within the county.
KWA Guided Walks
Visit the website of Eve and Stan Knafler, professional guides who have been leading guided walks in Tenerife for almost 18 years.
Eve and Stan are former members of Lincoln Group Ramblers
This is our 'parent' web site. Click to view details of all Ramblers activities and campaigns as well as details of other Ramblers Areas and Grou
WALK magazine is a quarterly magazine available free to all Ramblers members nationally. Visit the website to see what's happening.
This is the Lincolnshire Ramblers group specifically created for walkers aged 20 to 40. The walks programme of this Group is published only on the website.Visit the new(Feb 2010) site to see the walks info. and lots of new features.
This is the website for Grimsby/Louth, one of the 11 Groups in the Lincolnshire Area.
Skegness & Horncastle is one of the smaller groups in our Area but it has an excellent website.
Lincs CC has many leaflets of walks around the county. Select a leaflet by location and walk distance. View on screen or download printable version.Stocks of the leaflets may also available from Tourist information centres
If you wish to report a blocked or obstructed Right of Way, a broken stile or similar in Lincolshire you can now do it on the web.Just visit this link and click on'complete this form'.
The Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival is held annually for 2 weeks, in late May or early June.It is now one of the major festivals in the country and most of the walks are free. Click here for the latest details.
For a first Class range of walking holidays.
The LDWA is an Association of people with the common interest of walking long distances in rural, mountainous or moorland areas. By joining the LDWA, you will meet other like-minded long distance walkers and gain access to information on walking events and long distance walking routes all over the UK. Check this website if you really like the longer walks(15 miles or more)