❶ Genome Path – You can walk along the flat cycle path from Addenbrookes to Great Shelford along the Genome Path.
❷ The Backs – The short walk along from the Mill Pond by the Mathematical Bridge, along the backs of King’s College, over the bridge back into town are accessible.
❸ Wicken Fen – The boardwalk was built to be accessible, and is a nice way of being able to be outo and about in the Fen countryside which can otherwise get quite boggy and bumpy.
❹ The walk to Grantchester, if you stay on the top on the cycle way, this is OK by buggy too. It is a pleasant walk on a clear day. Although be careful at Grantchester as the pavements can be quite narrow.
❺ Jesus Green to Stourbridge Common along the river is a very pretty walk, with a couple of pubs that you can stop off on the way for refreshments such as the Fort St George on Midsummer Common. It has a large beer garden and serves food. There is a playground at the start and finish.
❻ The Lodes Way. This is an 8 mile walk from Wicken Fen to Anglesey Abbey. It is a cycle way and can get busy with other users, such as farm vehicles. The cycleway from Lode to Bottisham is beside the road so the other stretches are more suitable.