GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Hubbard's Hills

2 miles (4 km)

This area of natural beauty in Louth is a lovely place for an afternoon stroll. You can follow the waymarked Silver Lincs Way long distance trail from the centre of the town to the park. It's only about half a mile away, following roads south west out of the town and through Westgate Fields. At the park you'll find delightful woodland trails along the River Ludd which meanders through the park. It's a great place for a picnic but there's also a nice cafe on site if you prefer.
To extend your walk you can continue along the Silver Lincs Way. Following it west and then north takes you through the Lincolnshire Wolds to the woodland of Welton Vale and on to North Elkington. It continues all the way to Grimsby.
On the eastern side of Louth you can pick up the Louth Canal and follow the towpath to Tetney Marshes on the Lincolnshire coast.


LN11 0QW - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

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Hubbard's Hills OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Hubbard's Hills Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking


There's an on site cafe at the park where you can enjoy freshly made tea, coffee and sandwiches after your exercise.

Dog Walking

The area is a perfect for dog walking so you're bound to meet plenty of other owners on a fine day. Bins are provided throughout the park.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

Head a few miles to the west and you could visit the worthy village of Donington on Bain. Here you'll find a 12th century church, a fine 18th century pub and nice views of the River Bain. The area also includes Goulceby and the unique landscape of the splendid Red Hill Nature Reserve. There's a steep chalk escarpment with wonderful views and some rare plants and flowers to see here.
Near here there's also Biscathorpe, Binbrook and East Wykeham where there are the sites of two deserted medieval villages to explore.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Lincolnshire Walks page.


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The path follows the spring fed stream, on alternate sides. This is a peaceful place, just to the west of Louth.

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Winter play at Hubbard's Hills

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The first of several views of this natural valley situated to the south-west of Louth, looking south towards the southern entrance. The shallow river to the right is the River Lud.

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Memorial Drinking Fountain in the park. The path through the valley crosses the River Lud at about the halfway point, and just slightly north on the opposite bank can be found this impressive structure, the names inside clearly indicating that it represents a commemoration of some kind.

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The Pahud_memorial: a classical 'temple' in Hubbards Hills, with the River Lud in the foreground


GPS Files

GPX File

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Memory Map Route

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