East Cambridgeshire District Council along with partners offer a range of walking routes and free guided walks across the district in order to help you keep active.
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks
It is almost impossible not to feel good when we are walking outdoors, it is a natural mood booster!
And, the great news is, we do not need to walk far or fast to feel its effects on our health and wellbeing Simply getting out is a tonic for our minds and bodies, and it can be sociable too.
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks make it easier to start walking and staying active, and you will never be short of good company!
Join our team of amazing volunteer walk leaders and share your love of walking with others.
'As a volunteer Wellbeing Walk leader, I delight in watching others enjoy the walks and hearing stories of improved physical and mental health and wellbeing over time.' Judith.
'I really enjoy my voluntary role. It allows me to have a good walk regularly, in all weathers and with a variety of people.' Kay.
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Ely Country Park Walks Routes
A new Country Park walks leaflet is available on site at the new entranceway signs located in the park. The guides outline two circular trails around the site marked out by sculptures of bulrushes and kingfishers. The Bulrush Trail is 1.5 miles long while the Kingfisher Trail is 2 miles long.
Both trails pass by the River Ouse, Roswell Pits, the Hereward Way and include magnificent views of Ely Cathedral - sections of the walks are also located within an ecological and geological Site of Scientific Interest.
For more information please contact 01353 665555 or view the country park walks leaflet.
Heart Beat Healthy Guided Walks
These guided walks provide a friendly and healthy way to walk around your local area.
- Walks happen throughout the week
- They are available throughout the district
- They are FREE and last no more than one hour