Local Ramblers Association groups conduct a number of different “Group Walks” in the wider area around King’s Sutton. Click here for full details.
This 88-mile path follows the Jurassic limestone ridge from the nearby town of Banbury to Stamford in Lincolnshire, passing through some of the most scenic countryside in Northamptonshire for most of its length. The route passes through a series of picturesque towns and villages including Wardington, Catesby, Braunston, Ashby St Ledgers,West Haddon and Middleton.
Click on the three links below for handy guides to the walk.
Jurassic Way section 1
Jurassic Way section 2
Jurassic Way section 3
Accommodation in the King’s Sutton Area
Bed & Breakfasts and Guest Houses
Self-catering Accommodation: Spring Cottage and Tudor End
Camping, Caravan Parking and Canal Boat Moorings at Twyford Wharf
Using Public Transport to Get to King’s Sutton