Rutland, and the surrounding areas, are a wonderful place to explore whether on foot, car or a bicycle and a Treasure trail is the ideal way of getting to seeing and discovering as much as possible in this beautiful County. It’s also a fun way to spend time with family or friends – along with getting some much needed fresh air and exercise. There are currently seven treasure trails available, which you can purchase either online or in store, from Sykes Lane Visitor Centre at Rutland Water, Walkers Bookshop on Oakham High Street or Rutland County Museum in Oakham.
Oakham Spy: Walking Trail: Break the code to save Oakham’s flowers
Uppingham Murder Mystery: Walking Trail. Can you solve the mystery of the jumped jockey?
Rutland Water South Shore Treasure Hunt: Driving or Cycle Trail. Solve the clues to find out where hidden gold might lie…
Rutland Water North Shore Murder Mystery: Driving Trail. Can you solve the mysterious death of wealthy banker Robin Crook?
Lyddington Treasure Hunt Trail: Walking Trail. Can you find the Bishop of Lincoln’s lost treasure?
Langham to Wymondham Spy Mission: Drive or Cycle Trail. Can you foil the plot to save Rutland from the monster hamsters!
Welland Valley, South Rutland Spy Mission: Driving Trail. Can you foil the plot, to save the Seaton/Harringworth Viaduct from eccentric billionaire N.E. Bridges who wants to take it to his theme park in Utah.
If you’d rather stay nearby shops and cafes on your walks, take a look at the Oakham and Uppingham Heritage Trail’s, which makes sure you don’t miss the many interesting features in our beautiful towns.
These can be downloaded for free from www.discover-rutland.co.uk/useful-info/brochures