There is nothing more relaxing than a sea view. Well, maybe a sea view from height makes it even better… And this is something you can find in Sheringham and along this part of the coast. Perfect place for a relaxing day away from the city! Sheringham is a destination easy to reach from CambridgeContinue reading “Coastal trip: Sheringham”
Byron’s Pool was named after Lord Byron who used to swim there. It is a woodland site located around 5km from Cambridge, next to the River Cam. To get there from Cambridge, you will walk along the River Cam through picturesque areas such as Coe Fen, Sheep’s Green, Paradise LNR and Grantchester Meadows. There areContinue reading “Trip to Byron’s Pool LNR”
Route from Cambridge to Ely is a part of the Fen Rivers Way, an 80km walk from Cambridge to King’s Lynn. The trip distance is 27km, in case you decide to take a train back to Cambridge from Ely. More experienced backpackers, cyclists or trail runners can extend it easily to 54km by taking theContinue reading “Trip to Ely”
Cow Hollow Wood was planted in 2000 to celebrate beginning of the new millennium. The name refers to the old field name for the site when the field was a meadow grazed by cattle. It is a native broadleaved woodland, a species mix associated with Wet Woodland habitat (willow, ash, alder, birch, field maple andContinue reading “Trip to Cow Hollow Wood”
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!