A mixture of woodland, fields and bog land with steeped history of the local area presented on route.
Winter and spring time is great as the daffodils and snowdrops shine in the woodland with lots of wildlife around.
Summer the blue bells come out with beautiful wild garlic and other wild plants. And the fields are grazed by sheep and cows (a must keep dogs on lead when pastoral animals are grazing)
The local Flem Dyke can be reached too.
- Free Parking
- Off Lead Areas
- On Lead Areas
- Pathed Routes
- Animals On Route
- Water On Route
- Wheelchair Friendly
There is ample parking by the woods but a lot more parking at Fulbourn Recreation Ground.14 Stonebridge Ln, Fulbourn, Cambridge CB21 5BW, UK
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