|Date||Sunday 12th September, 2021|
|Start postcode||PE19 2SA|
A source-to-sea route on one of England’s longest rivers, it follows the River Great Ouse on its passage from close to its source to the tidal river at Kings Lynn, linking many towns and villages.
In the old county of Huntingdonshire, the route is 26 miles long – with a bit of tweaking we have created a scenic route from Earith to Eynesbury, running along the river, sometimes on the banks, occasionally a field or so away. Being near the Fens, this is a flat route, through meadows, small villages, historic towns and nature reserves. The route is a mix of grass, gravel and tarmac paths.