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Ealand walking route

Ealand walking route


Walk one - 2.75miles (with extension 3 miles)

Walk two - 3.75 miles

Walk three – 3 miles


In Bonnyhale Road, Ealand.    

Turn off the M180 at junction 2, follow the A161 signposted to Crowle. Cross the A18 onto the A161 again, signposted to Crowle. Cross the bridge over rail and triple rivers and take the first road on right signposted for Crowle station.

At a three way junction take the second left exit. This is New Trent Street. Look for the first right, which is Bonnyhale Road.

On the 3956/357 bus route - Contact Traveline 0870 608 2608 for details of times and connections.


Walk one:    

1 - Start in Bonnyhale Road walking away from the village in a S.E direction along the road. Follow the road alongside the canal after a left hand bend.

2 - Turn left down a wide track in a northerly direction passing a wide green path coming in from the right.

6 - At the road, turn left heading towards the village.

7 - At the first road junction turn left along the main street and left again back into Bonnyhale Road.     

With extension:    

From point 7 go straight on and turn left at point 8 near the main road.

With the main road on your right you are now walking Southwards and you can see a lake beyond the main road.    

At point 9 turn sharp left into New Trent St past the village hall and back to the start.    

Walk two:     

1 - Walk down Bonnyhale Road towards the canals and railway. Ignoring the first track (point 2) carry on along the quiet road to Ealand Warpings farm.

3 - just before the farm turn left onto a stony road which becomes a rough lane after Ealand Grange.

4 - Turn left onto a wide green path/track signed to Ealand Carrs.

5 - At a track junction,turn left.

2 - At the road turn right back to the start.    

Walk three:    

Follow points 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. At point 5 turn right following points 6 and 7. Then return to the start.


 Allow between an hour and an hour and a half.     


 Mainly flat but with some stony areas.


OS Explorer 280 Isle of Axholme.



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