From the car park turn left uphill for a short distance and turn right into a tarmac lane. This soon bears left, but you turn right. The tarmac becomes a lane. Look for a way marked path on the left. Cross the stile and walk up a slight rise to another stile.
Cross the stile, continuing in the same line uphill to a gap in the hedge - where you cross a third stile, once again following the same line.
Go through a “gate” where you see farm buildings on your right and continue downhill on a good track to join Turbary Road. These fields sometimes contain rare breeds of sheep.
Join the road, bearing left. This is a quiet lane and you will pass two farms on your left.
Just after Skyers farm on your right, take a gravel lane on the left and as it bears right follow the waymarked headland path straight on. As you pass Haslams farm and it’s agricultural machinery join the lane rising steadily to join a track junction.
There are several alternatives here, but turn left onto a good wide track and follow until a fingerpost is seen after about 50 metres on the right up the hill. Join this path, which leads up a shallow bush clad gulley. As you reach the brow of the hill, the water tower can be seen directly ahead.
The track bears right to reach a lane, turn left here and follow the lane along the hill. Haxey church is seen ahead right. The road bears right joining the main road and you can see the church and car park.