Kingfisher Way

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Start: Baldock
Grid Ref: TL248342
Distance: 21 miles (33 km)
 
Climbing: 46 metres
Walk time: 8-10 hours
Days: 1-2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Kingfisher Way is a waymarked walking route which follows the course of the River Ivel from the source at Ivel Springs to where it meets the River Great Ouse, passing through a series of nature reserves and some of the towns and villages of the Ivel Valley. The waymark is circular and depicts a Kingfisher against a blue background. The route links the Icknield Way path at Baldock with the Ouse Valley Way. Altogether the way visits Baldock, Radwell, Stotfold, Church End, Henlow, Langford, Henlow Common and Langford Measdows Nature Reserve, Biggleswade, Warren Villas Nature Reserve, Beeston, Sandy, The Riddy Nature Reserve, Girtford, Blunham and another Church End before finishing where the way meets the Ouse Valley Way near the village of Tempsford. The Kingfisher Way also links with the Greensand Ridge Walk near Beeston and Sandy.

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