WALKS IN SULGRAVE
Organised village walk, June 2005
There are many opportunities for walking in the parish, both on quiet roads and via an excellent and generally well-maintained network of footpaths. Gates and stiles are mainly in good condition and several have recently been renewed to a high standard by the Northamptonshire County Council. There are waymarking arrows and fingerposts where necessary. This is a gently undulating pastoral landscape and there are some surprisingly distant views to savour. Far from any main roads, the walks here can be enjoyed in a silence which is sometimes almost profound.
However, this is muddy Northamptonshire and during the winter months wellington boots will usually be the preferred footwear!
Should you find any problems in using these paths please contact this website by email with full details, which will then be passed on to the Footpath Warden
See here for Photo Gallery of organised Village Walks, which it is hoped will be resumed in the not too distant future.
See below for details of walks described and recommended by former footpath warden Christina Shillito – these little guides are in a PDF form suitable for downloading and printing out for use in following the walks: