Cambridgeshire Walking Routes

Pringle Farm is at the heart of the charming Cambridgeshire countryside, meaning that walking routes are in abundance. Through the links below you can enjoy some of our finest nearby routes which have been tried and tested. You can even add some of your own to – and let us know if you would like to share any of your routes for future guests through


Great Stukeley Circular is a 4.3 kilometer loop trail located in the neighbouring village of Great Stukeley, which features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels.



Grafham Water Circular Walk is a 13.7 kilometer loop trail located near Huntingdon – only 10 miles away from Pringle Farm – that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. Other activities available at Grafham Water include fishing, cycling with optional bike hire, walking through nature trails, sailing and windsurfing. There are also children’s playgrounds, picnic areas and 2 cafes, making for a perfect family summer day out.



Hinchingbrooke Country Park Circular is a 3.7 kilometer loop trail located to the West of Huntingdon (only 4.5 miles away from Pringle Farm), which features a lake and is good for all skill levels.This picturesque nature park covers 170 acres of open grassland, woodland and lakes. There are many activities to experience such as fishing and mountain biking on the designed course, in addition to this being a perfect dog walking location. With a play area and affordable café, this is also an ideal day out for children.



Fenstanton Circular is an enjoyable slightly longer 10.5 kilometer loop trail, starting from the charming village of Fenstanton 12 miles away from Pringle Farm. The beautiful lake views are more than worth the short journey and you can make the most of your day with a visit to the Three Tuns @ Fen Drayton pub for excellent food and refreshments.



Cambridge Circular Trail around the university of Cambridge is perfect for those looking for a route to explore the finest attractions of the city. You’ll have chance to enjoy many of the famous parks and open spaces including Jesus Green and Parker’s Piece, see the beautiful architecture of many of the famous university colleges and also see the range of bridges that cross over the River Cam throughout the city.

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