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Walks in Rutland

Rutland is the smallest county in Britain, being a maximum of 18 miles high north to south, and 17 miles west to east. The major town is Oakham, and Uppingham further south is the second largest settlement. The county was abolished in 1974, but restored in 1997 during a local government reorganisation.

The county is dominated by Rutland Water, a man-made reservoir that opened in 1976, and has the largest surface area of any reservoir in Britain. The reservoir has a 25-mile long cycle path around it, and Oakham is the starting point of both the Hereward Way and Viking Way long-distance paths.

 


 

Below is a map showing all the walks that I have completed in Rutland.

Map of my walks

Completed walks in Rutland

 
A bridge over a stream in Ketton.

Heading north towards Empingham.

The view over Rutland Water from the end of the road near Barnsdale Lodge.

   


List of walks in Rutland

Walk No. Description Distance (miles)
912 Hereward Way: Stamford to Peterborough18.4
911 Hereward Way: Oakham to Stamford16.5
771 Stamford to Peterborough17.7
727 A circular walk from Thistleton to Croxton Kerrial23.7
726 A circular walk from Empingham to Thistleton24.6
721 A circular walk from King's Cliffe to Rutland Water21.6
692 Stamford to Oakham16.8
205 Oakham to Leicester19.5
59 Oakham to Melton Mowbray10.6
58 Stamford to Oakham16.8
56 Peterborough to Stamford16.5

This was a total of 202.7 miles in 11 walks (an average of 18.42 miles per walk).


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