Great Staughton and Little Staughton Walks
This walk follows footpaths through the countryside from Great Staughton to Little Staughton in Cambridgeshire.
The villages are located just a few miles south of Grafham Water and near to Kimbolton. There are some good countryside footpaths to follow through the area including The Three Shires Way. You can pick up this long distance walking and cycling trail just to the north of the village.
Please scroll down for the full list of walks near and around Great Staughton and Little Staughton. The detailed maps below also show a range of footpaths, bridleways and cycle paths in the area.
Great Staughton and Little Staughton Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Great Staughton and Little Staughton Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Great Staughton and Little Staughton OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Great Staughton and Little Staughton Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Walks near Great Staughton and Little Staughton
- St Neots - This pretty town in Cambridgeshire has some lovely country and riverside walks to try
- Kimbolton - This Cambridgeshire based town has some nice country trails and significant local reservoir in the shape of Grafham Water which lies just to the east of the settlement
- Grafham Water Circular Ride - A cycle and walking route around the beautiful Grafham Water in Cambridgeshire.
The route passes through woodland and the villages of Grafton and West Perry
- The Three Shires Way - The Three Shires Way is a long distance bridleway which runs between Tathall End in north-east Buckinghamshire and Grafham Water in Cambridgeshire
- Brampton Wood - These ancient woods near Huntingdon consist of 326 acres with lots of nice walking trails and interesting flora and fauna.
Look out for 280 species of fern, conifer, flowering plant and trees
- Paxton Pits - Visit this delightful nature reserve in Little Paxton and enjoy a series of well laid out, waterside walking trails
The village boasts two pubs, the Tavern on the Green and the White Hart, both offering meal services.
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
Great Staughton, like many English villages, has undergone significant changes since the war, particularly in the last two decades with new residential developments leading to a notable rise in population. Despite this, it has maintained its rural essence. The church remains a central part of community life, and there is a local village school. The village is a hub for a variety of active clubs and societies. These include a thriving drama company, a social club, indoor bowls, and a horticultural society, with its annual August show being a major event in the village's social calendar. Sports are also a key feature, with a tennis club, and football and cricket matches regularly held on the excellent village green. A recent indicator of the village's vibrancy is the establishment of about 50 miles of new rights of way, showcasing the history, flora, and fauna of the area. This development is celebrated in the book ‘Walks around Great Staughton’, authored by three local residents.