Crick Hill

Dog walk in Northamptonshire

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Added by bkellie 4 years ago
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Description

Lovely walk with the dogs, lots of wildlife to see, parking in the village or near the moorings restaurant you cant miss it...enjoy

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Walk features

  • Off Lead Areas
  • Pathed Routes
  • Animals On Route
  • Picnic Areas
  • Water On Route

Location

25 Main Rd, Crick, Northampton NN6 7TU, UK

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    5 comments

  • rodh profile
    rodh
    Hi All, Whilst I agree this is a lovely walk you have it in the wrong county as I believe it is in Northamptonshire, as your address tab states, but it is categorised as a Nottinghamshire walk.
    3 years ago
  • walkiees profile
    walkiees
    Hi rodh, thanks for the info. It's been updated now :)
    3 years ago
  • freyasmum profile
    freyasmum
    I've just moved nearby.. I cannot see any Hill in Crick for dog walking- is this a joke? or can you give me a clue?
    3 years ago
  • walkiees profile
    walkiees
    Hi. The walks on here are added by members of the public. Some walks and locations are more detailed than others, it all depends on what the walk author decides to add. At the very least the walks will hopefully give a starting point to someone. Just having a look at this one, I've had a quick search on the internet, and found the following information that looks to be about this walk. http://www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/en/councilservices/Leisure/pocket-parks/DDPP/pages/crick-millennium-wood-pocket-park.aspx Hope that helps.
    3 years ago
  • Asaph profile
    Asaph
    The council have improved this walk with two woodland areas , one each side of the canal improved paths and signs. We parked by the post office and walked down to the canal near the restaurant along the towpath past the marina then over the bridge up the hill. It’s called Cracks Hill, it has a bonfire beacon on it.
    a year ago
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