Kiddiwalks in Cambridgeshire
SIMPLE – The routes are circular with not too many hills and climbs. Some are suitable for buggies.
SHORT – The walks are between 1¼ and 4 miles
STIMULATING – There is plenty of variety: with rivers and streams ideal for pooh sticks; nature trails to follow; woods to play hide-and-seek in; wide open spaces in which to use up excess energy. There are birds and mammals to spot, ducks to feed and a host of places to explore.
STOPS – Each walk features a halt for refreshment: from picnic sites to cafes and family-friendly pubs.
Places you may recognise include: Gransden, Paxton Pits, Thriplow, Lode and many more. Each walk has directions to get there, fun things to do, how long the walk is and how to find your way along the trail.
Charlotte Moerman lives in Cambridgeshire with her family and is a keen walker. She is the author of Instructions Not Included: One Mum, Three Boys and a Very Steep Learning Curve and has also written several articles for parenting websites.
by Charlotte Moerman