The Chatteris town trail leaflet provides the basis for a walk around Chatteris highlighting some of the older and more interesting buildings, and the stories behind them. The extended trail follows a route down to the site of the railway station and through the area affected by the Great Fire of Chatteris.View walk guide for Chatteris
Following public bridleways, byways and country roads the Chatteris Circular Walk takes you through the attractive market town of Chatteris and out into the surrounding Fenland countryside.View walk guide for Discover Chatteris Circular Walk
The March Town Trail leaflet show two trails. The Town Trail and The Riverside Trail, both of which highlight the older more interesting buildings in March and the stories behind them. The two trails can be linked to form a single walk.View walk guide for March
The Whittlesey town trail leaflet provides the basis for two walks, of varying lengths, highlighting some of the older and more interesting buildings in Whittlesey and the stories behind them.View walk guide for Whittlesey
Following grassy droves this route takes you on a walk through the history of this evocative part of the countryside, where you will see medieval and modern industry tempered by nature to produce a distinctive and attractive fenland landscape.View walk guide for Whittlesey Way
The Wisbech leaflet provides two walks, but they can be linked to create a single walk. Both walks highlight the older and most interesting buildings in Wisbech and the stories behind them. The Town Trail starts at the Fenland @ your service shop / Tourist Information Centre.View walk guide for Wisbech
Enjoy a leisurely walk around Wisbech. This entertaining walk will bring to life the many famous characters of this town and tell you why Wisbech became one of the most prosperous ports in the country during the 18th and 19th centuries. We will look at all the best that Wisbech has to offer, starting outside the Tourist Information Centre. You can download an audio guide for this walk via the button below.View walk guide for Wisbech Merchants Trail
An easy walk around the north and south Brinks area of Wisbech, where Octavia Hill was born, including the Octavia Hill Birthplace House Museum, the National Trust's Peckover House and various other points of interest.View walk guide for Octavia Hill Wisbech heritage
As part of the commemorations of a hundred years since World War One, this walk guide has been produced to highlight Cambridgeshire's links to this important historic event.View the walk guide for Wisbech Great War
This is Wisbech but not as you know it. This is Wisbech in 2117. Step into the future, 100 years from now.
A web app that uses augmented reality and open source technology gives users the opportunity to ‘walk through a vision of Wisbech’s future’. It is the first app to animate augments created using Google Blocks and can be accessed on multiple devices from a basic MP-3 player through to android smartphones and iPhones with the newly launched i05 11 operating system.
Offering a new way to explore the world with accessible augmented reality, The Brink of the Future is a fun and innovative trail available for anyone, young and old, to enjoy.Find out more
As part of the commemorations of a hundred years since World War One, this cycle map has been produced to highlight Cambridgeshire's links to this important historic event.Wisbech Great War map
All is not what it seems in the Fens, often portrayed as a land fog, mist and marsh. Distant horizons blend into immense and changing skies which once looked down onto the wooded islands of March and Wimblington. This walk will take you through these ‘woods’ recognised now by local place names – Eastwood, Linwood, Hatchwood and Coneywood.View walk guide for Woodman's Way