Newmarket’s famed Gallops, known historically as the Heath comprising of 2,500 acres of training grounds.
This cycle ride starts from the home of horseracing, Newmarket. From here the route heads north west to the ‘Fen edge’ villages of Burwell, Reach and Swaffham Prior.
This historic landmark runs right from Woodditton, just south of Newmarket all the way through to Reach along a stretch of roughly 11-kilometres.
The beautiful Stour Valley Path runs between Newmarket in the far west of the county near the source of the River Stour, to Cattawade in the far south east where the river joins the estuary at the border with Essex.
If you’re up for a bit of a challenge then the Three Churches Walk is a great way to spend a few hours exploring the area.
This waymarked, paved walk through the town centre is Newmarket’s equivalent of the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Discover Newmarket, the town’s official tourism service, offers a range of guided walks and tours.