A two-mile (3km) southern section of the Windrush Path between Standlake and Newbridge.
From Newbridge, the Windrush Path follows the River Windrush upstream through flood meadows before reaching the many lakes on Standlake Common that have been left following years of mineral extraction.
Halfway along the path you can visit Standlake Common Nature Reserve before continuing to the attractive village of Standlake.The path is flat but uneven in places with several gates and two low stiles. It can be muddy in winter. Allow at least an hour each way to enjoy a leisurely walk between Standlake and Newbridge. Please respect the wishes of local landowners by staying on the path and keeping dogs under control. Cycling or horse riding is not permitted on the Windrush Path.