CambridgeshireLive says: The Grantchester Meadows: Cambridgeshire beauty spot named one of UK’s best places for ‘wild swimming’. Have a look at the the ‘Trips‘ section – you will find there Grantchester Meadows walk. Enjoy!
You don’t need to have professional touring kayak to spend a few exciting hours on the water. Kayak trip to Baits Bite Lock and back takes around 2-3 hours. It’s amazing to start 1 hour before the sunset. Especially, when you expect full moon and clear sky! I started the trip from Midsummer Common. FirstContinue reading “Kayaking to Baits Bite Lock”
If you don’t have too much time, or you’d just prefer to take a walk and have a picnic, it’s worth to visit Ditton Meadows or Grantchester Meadows. In both cases it is only 2.5-3.5km from the city centre and it’s easy to get there. There are options to shorten or lengthen the walks aContinue reading “Short and relaxing walks”
I’m happy to announce that first trip has been added! This is a trip to the Baits Bite Lock along the river. It’s for everyone. It should take you 2-3 hours of walking or around 45min-1hr of cycling to get there and return. There will be many places to rest or to have a picnic.Continue reading “Trip to Baits Bite Lock (First trip added!)”
Similar to most other parts of the UK, Cambridge has an oceanic climate. It is located around 100km from the sea. In proximity of the River Cam, which flows through the city, minimum elevation is only around 6m/20ft. At the same time, Cambridge lies in the driest region of England. This doesn’t mean at allContinue reading “Cambridge and surroundings”