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Pub strolls in Cambridgeshire
Cutter Inn Ely
The Cutter Inn, Ely
What could be finer than a stroll via the county's finest pubs? Not much in our opinion!
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Our new series of pub strolls, from the new 'Pub Strolls in Cambridgeshire' book by Ady Collier (published by Countryside Books) offer some lovely walks - with all the rewards of a pub at the end!

Pub Strolls in Cambs

We've chosen three great walks from the book, a 4 3/4 mile stroll round Fen Ditton and the Fen Rivers Way, a 3 1/4 mile walk in Ely along the Great River Ouse, and a 3 1/4 rural stroll of hills and dips, through Stilton to the hamlet of Denton.

So, get your boots on and work up a thirst!

Ancient SheperdsPub Strolls: Fen Ditton
This stroll will take you along a two-mile stretch of the River Cam into Cambridge, via Baits Bite Lock.

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The Cutter InnPub Strolls: Ely
This walk takes you along the Great River Ouse to explore the beautiful and historic city of Ely.
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Bell Inn, StiltonPub Strolls: Stilton
This pub stroll offers walkers (and pubgoers!) a pleasant rural stroll of hills and dips, through Stilton to the hamlet of Denton.
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