|Length||88 mi (142 km)|
|Location||Midlands of England, United Kingdom|
The Jurassic Way is a designated and signed long-distance footpath that connects the Oxfordshire town of Banbury with the Lincolnshire town of Stamford in England. Most of its 88 miles (142 km) route is in Northamptonshire on the Jurassic limestone ridge in the north of that county.
The trail goes near to the Oxford and Grand Union Canals, past the Great Central Railway's Catesby Tunnel and viaduct, the River Welland, the 82-arch viaduct at Harringworth, and Rockingham Castle.
It connects with these long-distance footpaths:
- Ramblers Association - Information - Path - Jurassic Way[dead link]
- "County paths". Northamptonshire county council. Retrieved 2013-03-20. ; includes downloadable maps as .pdf
- Jurassic Way walking route in Northamptonshire[dead link]
- Jurassic Way - LDWA Long Distance Paths
- Grand Union Canal Walk - Paths Routes and Trails - Information - Ramblers' Association[dead link]
- Macmillan Way[dead link]
- Oxford Canal Walk - Paths Routes and Trails - Information - Ramblers' Association[dead link]
- "Long distance routes". Rutland county council. Retrieved 2013-03-20.
- Brief details from the Ramblers Association[dead link]
- Brief details from East Midlands Tourism[dead link]
- Further details
- Brief details from Northamptonshire County Council[dead link]
- Walking on the Web page for The Jurassic Way[dead link]
- The Jurassic Way at geograph.org.uk
- Catesby Tunnel & Viaduct at The Warwickshire Railways site
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