The Grantham Outdoor Activities Club to organize a hike in the Belvoir Valley

The Grantham Outdoor Activities Club has organized a 21km walk in the Belvoir Valley, which will take place next weekend.

The march, on Saturday, November 20, has 25 people in attendance, with no more seats currently available, although a waiting list is available in the event that existing participants drop out.

Taking place in the picturesque Belvoir Valley, the hike begins in the village of Croxton Kerrial, before crossing the rolling countryside towards Harston.

The Grantham Outdoor Activities Club visited the Peak District. (49168481)

The group will then head east to join the Viking Way for a short time, then follow the track of a disused railway used by the quarrying industry north to join the Grantham Canal and stop for lunch near the Rutland Arms (aka The Dirty Duck).

After lunch, they will head to Belvoir Castle, before climbing up the beautiful hills of Terrace, with their expansive views over the Trent Valley, then back down the hill to Croxton via Branston.

If all goes well, the day will end with liquid and / or more filling refreshments at Goose and Fountain in Croxton Kerrial.

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