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Bowthorpe Oak from Witham on the Hill

County/Area - Lincolnshire

Author - Lou Johnson

Length - 8.0 miles / 13 km

Ascent - 400 feet / 121 metres

Grade - easy/mod

Start - OS grid reference TF052166
Lat 52.736808 // Long -0.443325
Postcode PE10 0JH (approx. location only)

Route Outline

Walk from Witham on the Hill (Lincolnshire) across pleasant countryside. Route includes the 1300 year old Bowthorpe Oak.

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