Danelaw Way

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Statistics and Files
Start: Castle Square, Lincoln
Distance: 59 miles (95 km)
Grid Ref: SK976718
Climbing: 665 metres
Walk time: 24-30 hours
Days: 4-6

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Danelaw Way is a linear long distance walking route which links the two 'burghs' of the ancient Viking Danelaw, Lincoln and Stamford. The route passes through the beauty of rural Lincolnshire with a brief incursion into the fabulous county of Rutland. From the beginning of the walk in Lincoln the way passes through North Hykeham, South Hykeham, Auborne, Bassingham, Carlton-le-Moorland, Brant Broughton, Caythorpe, Ancaster (Roman Town), Oasby, Ropsley, Ingoldsby Wood, Corby Glen, Creeton, Castle Bytham, Pickworth, Ryhall and Belmesthorpe before finishing in Stamford.

Useful Links:
The Danelaw Way Book
Lincolnshire Ramblers
Long Distance Walkers Association

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