Walking in Rural Northamptonshire
The best known long-distance path through the area is the Nene Valley Way.
The Jurasic Way travels the North-west edge of the county.
Northamptonshire County Council has a webpage about Walking in Northamptonshire, with guides to these and other long distance paths and also leaflets about shorter walks.
Many other walks are listed with helpful map extracts at Walk for Life, which has an easy search facility to find all sorts of routes.
Here's some more walks in The Rose of the Shires.
¤ Bozeat to Wollaston (8 Km)
¤ Ecton to Earls Barton via Cogenhoe (8 Km)
¤ Irchester Country Park Car or No. 14 Bus to the Entrance
¤ Nene Way and Summer Leys Nature Reserve, Earls Barton to Wellingborough (8 Km)
¤ Rambling Round the Villages between Wellingborough and Kettering (8 Km)
¤ Tufted Ducks and Viaducts, Higham Ferrers to Wellingborough (8 Km)
¤ Wellingborough's Parks, a walk for All Abilities (7½ Km)
¤ Wollaston to Bozeat via Strixton and Grendon (8 Km)