The King’s Sutton area is blessed with some of the most beautiful rural landscapes in England. What’s more, courtesy of the county council, local landowners and our own parish council’s energetic footpaths wardens, the entire area is criss-crossed with a wonderful network of well marked, and very well maintained paths and bridleways. There is no finer way to explore the lovely, undulating countryside that surrounds our village than to walk these ancient byways and take in some breathtaking views that simply can’t be seen in any other way.
In summer 2020, King’s Sutton Parish Council published two new guides to replace its (popular but outdated) map of local rights of way from 1996. Printed copies of these guides have been distributed to every home in the village. Additional copies are available free of charge from the pubs, the Post Office and the Millennium Memorial Hall, and can also be viewed, printed and/or downloaded from this page:
Circular Walks Around King’s Sutton – featuring maps and directions for six walks of varying duration and difficulty.
Introducing King’s Sutton and its Footpaths – featuring a potted village history, sites of architectural and/or historic interest, a village street plan, and a map showing rights of way throughout the entire parish.