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Shepreth, Cambridgeshire

Difficulty Leisurely

Walking time 3 hours 30 minutes

Length 13.2km / 8.2mi

Route developer: Jonathan Spain

Route checker: Robin Segulem

Start location Shepreth train station
Route Summary A pretty, circular walk from Shepreth via Barrington and Harlton, in the Upper Cam Valley, on mainly flat footpaths and tracks, with two fairly steep ascents/descents. Some swing gates and a railway crossing.
Reviews Overall rating:
1 review
Rating:
Jan 13, 2014
joye
(1 reviews)
Lovely views across the South Cambridgeshire countryside. Would recommend though as best suited for a summer walk as part of the route from Shepreth to Barrington was flooded and other parts were very muddy. Will walk again in the summer. The pub in Harlton is closed on Mondays.
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