Cambridgeshire is blessed with lots of wonderful walking routes, and there's something for everyone in our county.

Whether you like a muddy woodland trail or a calm walk by the river, we've got you covered with our list of walks perfect for the Easter bank holiday. 

Godmanchester Nature Reserve

A typical walk round Godmanchester Nature Reserve may take you around two hours, and you'll get to enjoy the sights of meadows and a lake on your trip.

There's plenty of wildlife at the nature reserve, and you'll have the chance to get a tranquil four mile walk in between all those easter eggs.

Wicken Fen Nature Reserve

Wicken Fen is a grassy walk that's 2.5 miles long.

The area is a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Nature Conservation Review site, and is very popular among walkers.

There's walking and cycling trails at Wicken Fen too, so it's perfect for all types of explorers.

Paxton Pits

If you're after a forest walk this Easter, then you should visit Paxton Pits. It's a 3.5 mile walk under the trees and is filled with lots of birds.

There are lots of bird watchers at Paxton Pits, as well as lots of other wildlife to look out for.

This is a great walk for anyone who fancies a walk on the wild side this Easter.

Castor Hanglands Nature Reserve

This walk is just west of Peterborough and is a mixture of all types of terrain.

There's woodland, grassland, wetland and scrub, as well as lots of wildlife hiding away in the trees.

Castor Hanglands Nature Reserve was also declared as one of England's first National Nature Reserves, so it's certainly special.

Wisbech Town Trail and Brinks Trail

Anyone who doesn't fancy anything too outdoors can try the town trail round Wisbech.

It's a simple walk round the north and south Brinks area of Wisbech, and you'll get to walk past the birthplace of Octavia Hill, a famous social reformer.

It also takes you past the Octavia Hill Museum, as well as the National Trust's Peckover House.