Walking Routes In and Around Skegness
Walking is simple, free and one of the easiest ways to get more active. It can improve your health, your happiness and is a great way to enjoy the coast and the surrounding countryside.
Below you will find information and links for walks in and around Skegness. From short strolls to lengthy hikes, why not give one a try?
Sand, Seals and Steam
This circular route is 1.5 miles long and takes approximately 45 minutes.
The route is wheelchair and pushchair friendly.
For further details please click on the link below.
Gibraltar Point Walk
The circular route is 1.75 miles around the reserve.
Toilets and refreshments are available at the visitor centre.
For further details please view the document below.
Guide, Walking Gibraltar Point, 2016.08.23 (PDF, 1.9 Mb)
Walking Guide - Gibraltar Point
For more information about Gibraltar Point please click here.
Interconnect Bus Walk
The Interconnect Bus Walks are a series of walks, using existing public rights of way, with the start and finish positioned at a point near to an Interconnect 6 (Lincoln - Skegness) bus stop. All routes have informative interpretation boards along the way explaining about the area's surroundings.
The Burgh le Marsh to Skegness Linear Walk below is approximately 5 miles.
Information, Walking Route, 2016.06.13 (PDF, 717 Kb)
Interconnect bus walk from Burgh to Skegness
Skegness and Burgh le Marsh
The circular route is 7.5 miles, however there is an option to shorten the route by using the bus either to or from Burgh le Marsh.
For further information please view the document below.
For the interconnect 6 bus timetable please click here.
Poacher Line Railway Walk
The route is 9.5 miles using field paths and quiet lanes, taking you from Skegness to Wainfleet via Burgh le Marsh.
For more information please view the document below.
Guide, Poacher Line, 2016.08.23 (PDF, 570 Kb)
Walking route - Poacher Line - Skegness to Wainfleet via Burgh le Marsh
For train times from Wainfleet to Skegness please click here.