The path begins at a disabled car park close by to Engine Farm. It skirts around fields before joining a track which passes by a future link to Froghall. It follows the same track back round to the road, taking you back to the disabled car park.
The length of the trail is approximately 2.2 miles
Dogs are welcome but must be on leads and under close control at all times due to livestock grazing throughout the year.
There is disabled parking available at the start point, there is alternative parking at the Holme Posts
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The Last of the Meres Northern Loop is a circular trail extending the existing Last of the Meres Trail in the northern section of the Great Fen project area.
The route follows new paths in the northern section of the Great Fen project area. It is 2.2 miles in length and is a circular walk, taking approximately 2 hours to complete.
There are waymarkers for the Last of the Meres Northern Loop (see image right) and these lead you in an anticlockwise direction around the trail.
The map below gives a rough outline of the route (marked in red, with start / finish identified by red circle). For a more detailed route we suggest you refer to Ordnance Survey Explorer Map 227.
Reproduced by permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of HMSO. © Crown Copyright. All rights reserved.
This trail allows walkers to experience the mosaic of different habitats that are being maintained and restored by the Great Fen.
Please report any footpath problems to Louise Rackham, Great Fen Education and Community Manager.
Lapwing by Terry Longley
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