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Cambridge river and wildlife walk

Cambridge, England

Cambridge river and wildlife walk

Length5.3 mi
Elev. Gain59 ft
Est. Steps12000



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Cambridge river and wildlife walk is a 5.3 mile (12,000-step) route located near Cambridge, England. This route has an elevation gain of about 59 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
A scenic walk with a chance of seeing a range of wildlife including cows, horses, swans and ducks. A large portion of the walk is on paths but there are cattle grids and some grass land over-which you have to travel. It starts in the very centre of Cambridge in a location many are aware of near Emmanuel College and heads out to a small town called Fen Ditton.

Fen Ditton

Tourist Attraction
Fen Ditton is a village on the northeast edge of Cambridge in Cambridgeshire, England. The parish covers an area of 5.99 square kilometres (2 sq mi).Fen Ditton lies on the east bank of the River Cam, on the road from Cambridge to Clayhithe, and close to junction 34 of the A14. The nearest railway station is Cambridge North; Waterbeach station is several kilometres north of the village.

Christ's Pieces

Christ's Pieces is a Victorian park in the east of central Cambridge, England, with flower beds and ornamental trees. The area acts as an important publicly accessible open grassed area for the city centre. It is east of Christ's College and to the north of Emmanuel College. To the north is King Street, to the east is Emmanuel Road, to the south is Drummer Street, and to the west is Milton's Walk.

Cambridge Museum of Technology

Tourist Attraction
The Cambridge Museum of Technology is an industrial heritage museum situated in Cambridge, England. The original building, a Scheduled Ancient Monument,housed a combined sewage pumping and waste destructor station built in 1894.

Logan's Meadow

Logan's Meadow is a 1.1 hectare Local Nature Reserve in Cambridge. It is owned by Cambridge City Council and managed by the council together with City Greenways Project.This site of the bank of the River Cam has pasture with tortoiseshell and comma butterflies, and flowers such as cow parsley and cuckoo flowers.

Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue (Cambridge)

Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue is a synagogue in the City of Cambridge. Founded in 1981, it held services in hired premises until 2015 when the community opened a new synagogue on a site on Auckland Road, the first Reform synagogue in Cambridge. The new building includes a prayer hall for at least 200 people.

Anglia Ruskin Boat Club

Anglia Ruskin Boat Club (ARBC) is the rowing club for members of Anglia Ruskin University. It was known as CCAT Boat Club (usually said as sea cat) until 2008. The name CCAT derives from a former name for the University, the Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology, which is abbreviated to CCAT.

Clare Boat Club

Clare Boat Club is the rowing club for members of Clare College, Cambridge, it was founded in 1831.Like other college boat clubs at the University of Cambridge, the prime constitutional aim of Clare Boat Club is to gain and hold the Headship of the Lent Bumps and May Bumps, now held in eight-oared boats, separately for men and women.

Darwin College Boat Club

Darwin College Boat Club (DCBC) was founded in 1969 by its current President, Dr Chester White. Since then, DCBC has become a successful graduate boat club in Cambridge. It shares a boat house with Pembroke.Darwin M1 got blades in Lent Bumps 2005 and Darwin W2 got blades in May Bumps 2006 with M3 getting blades in May Bumps 2013.

Clare Hall Boat Club

Clare Hall Boat Club is the boat club for members of Clare Hall, Cambridge, a constituent college of the University of Cambridge. Clare Hall Boat Club is the youngest (founded 1995) and one of the smallest boat clubs in Cambridge. It shares the boat house with Clare and competes with one boat in the University bumps for the men's and a women's team respectively.

Chesterton Rural District

Chesterton was a rural district in Cambridgeshire, England from 1894 to 1974.It was formed in 1894 as a successor to the Chesterton rural sanitary district. In 1934, under a County Review Order, its boundaries were altered, taking in the disbanded Swavesey Rural District and part of the disbanded Caxton and Arrington Rural District.
Route Details


5.3 mi

Elev. Gain

59 ft

Est. Steps

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