We found another beautiful walk in Cambridgeshire that’s worth to visit. Close to the Anglesey Abbey National Trust you’ll find a beautiful stretched land with a mix of meadows, rivers and forest ground. There are two ways to start your walk, by parking at the Anglesey Abbey or in the nearby village. We did the last and started at the small bridge near the old water Mill.
The paths are easily to access and lead you through the meadows with open views. You don’t have to use a map as it’s quiet clear which way you want to go. If you’re with young children you can turn off earlier, if you’re okay you can just go ahead and make the round complete. In the end both ways will lead you right where you started your walk.
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Suitable for ages
Young Children (2-8), Older Children (9-12), Adults
Parking available nearby – partly suitable for wheel- & push chairs – walking trails, river, water mill