Rutland Round



Statistics and Files
Start: Oakham
Grid Ref: SK861087
Distance: 65 miles (104 km)
 
Climbing: 1,235 metres
Walk time: 25-32 hours
Days: 4-6

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Rutland Round is a circular walk of about 65 miles which always remains inside or on the border of the County of Rutland. The route is close to the perimeter of the county for most of its length, but deliberate diversions are made to visit Rutland Water and the County town of Oakham which also serves as the starting point of the walk. From Oakham, when walking in an anti-clockwise direction the Rutland Round visits or pases close to the Vale of Catmose, Egleton, Brooke, Braunston-in-Rutland, Belton-in-Rutland, Wardley, Uppingham, Stoke Dry Wood, Eyebrook Reservoir, Caldecott, Lyddington, Seaton, Morcott, Barrowden, Tixover, Duddington, Geeston, Ketton, Edith Weston, Rutland Water, Empingham, Tickencote, Great Casterton, Pickworth, Clipsham, Stretton, Thistleton, Cribbs Meadow National Nature Reserve, Teigh, Whissendine, Langham and Barleythorpe.


Useful Links:
A Rutland Round Blog
Rutland Round Guide Book
Long Distance Walkers Association


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