The Ouse Valley Way is a 150-mile footpath that follows the River Great Ouse and provides great opportunities for walks. The length of the Ouse Valley Way Walk gives lots of flexibility in terms of where you start and end your walk. We began a walk at Buckden in Cambridgeshire, which is home to St Mary’s Church (above) and Buckden Towers (below) – formerly known as Buckden Palace – which is a 12th-century fortified manor house. Buckden Palace has been […] . Click here to read the full article.
One of the most popular walks in Cambridgeshire is the one between Cambridge and the nearby village of Grantchester. The walk is about 3 miles (5.5 km) in each direction. You can park in Grantchester (as the parking is much easier) and do the circular walk to Cambridge and back. In Cambridge, you have the option of stopping for a meal or snack to break up your journey and there are many cafés and restaurants available. I always enjoy calling […] . Click here to read the full article.
Godmanchester is a very picturesque village in Cambridgeshire, with pleasant views of the River Great Ouse. There are many walking opportunities. The Chinese Bridge (below) is a major landmark in the village. It is a pedestrian bridge. Originally constructed in 1827, it was rebuilt in the 1860s. After falling into disrepair, the bridge was replaced in 1960. To view more photos of Cambridgeshire, visit: Cambridgeshire Photo Gallery . Click here to read the full article.