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The highest point in Lincolnshire is only 168 m and it is in a field so there is no mountainous country here! However, there are plenty of gentle, rolling hills and pleasant valleys not to mention a long sandy coast line so a few selected walks will appear here. The only notable range of hills is called the Lincolnshire Wolds. Explorer maps (1:25 000) are almost essential as there are many fields, fences and walls and all of the Wolds is farmed - to the very top!
The area around Lincoln and much of the county is quite flat although on different levels which makes it good for cycling.