The Wanderlust Way (formerly known as the Bradley 20) is a 20-mile circular route through some of north-east Lincolnshire's most picturesque countryside. Starting and finishing at Bradley Woods, west of Grimsby, the Way crosses farmland and woodland on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The undulating route passes through several attractive small villages, including Beelsby, Hatcliffe, East Ravendale, Wold Newton, Hawerby, Ashby Cum Fenby, Brigsley and Barnoldby le Beck. From the higher ground there are fabulous extensive views across the mouth of the Humber Estuary. The route comprises a variety of terrain, including grassy field edges, stony farm tracks, woodland paths and short sections of quiet country lanes. The Wanderlust Way is a recognised, waymarked route, and is shown on Ordnance Survey maps.