Walking in Great Kneighton

One of the easiest and cheapest ways to get around Great Kneighton is to walk. Good quality, direct and well lit pedestrian routes are provided throughout the development, connecting it to existing footways and paths suitable for leisure walking or accessing local shops, school, and community facilities.


The adjacent plan shows the strategic internal footpaths and cycleways coming forward within the development. The routes have been specifically designed to ensure that key local facilities can be directly and easily accessed by walking and cycling. Click here to view in more detail.


Aside from being the most environmentally friendly way to travel, walking has other benefits. Walking will not only make you feel good, but provides genuine health benefits too. For adults, 30 minutes of walking five days a week dramatically cuts the risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, and obesity.


To find out more about walking in Cambridge visit The website is supported by Cambridgeshire County Council and Cambridge City Council, providing information on routes and walks throughout the city, including maps and estimated journey times.


Walk Cambridge

If you’re interested in leisure walking Walk Cambridge are an active walking and social club providing you with the opportunity to get a bit fitter, meet new people and enjoy beautiful countryside that is accessible to all. If you would like to find out more visit

Further Information

For planning walking routes for everyday journeys or recreational purposes a series of digital resources are available, names and details of these sites are listed below:

Walking map

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