Off the beaten track, explore miles of footpaths, cycle routes and bridleways and discover hidden hamlets and ancient churches. The peaceful countryside embraces exquisite country houses, wonderful gardens and countless historic curiosities.
A network of footpaths and bridleways allow you to plan anything from a short walk to a full days hike.
Follow the Nene Way along the banks of the river for part or all of its 70 miles as it goes "up hill and down dale".
The Jurassic Way is a former prehistoric trackway which closely follows the course of the River Welland.
Circular walking routes are an ideal introduction to the area and some of the routes focus around the villages of Fotheringhay and Woodnewton, Aldwincle and Wadenhoe and Nassington and Yarwell.
The 'Boots and Bikes' leaflet promotes the main Sustrans regional route and new Greenway walking and cycling route which runs from Islip to Rushden.
Flick through our Church Trail flipbook and discover Romanesque, Early English, Decorated and Perpendicular styles. The trail can be done on foot or by bike and most churches are within easy reach of cafes, farm shops, pubs and other attractions. You can also view the trail in pdf format.