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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Hertfordshire

[1] Old Manor House - - - : [2] Bedmond to Abbots Langley - - - : [3] Bedmond Tin Church - - - : [4] Pimlico - - - : [5] Leavesden - - - : [6] Wind Turbine - - - : [7] Langley Waterside - - - : [8] ...
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Category Hertsmere

'The best way to explore the Ashridge Estate is on foot or by bike. Miles of footpaths and bridleways give you plenty of space to explore, and if you drop into the visitor centre we’ll be ...
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Category Dacorum

Walks in Berkhamsted: [1] Heritage Walk and Blue Plaque Guide (2 miles) - - - : [2] Audio Trail Walks (Two walks of 6 miles each) - - - : [3] Graham Greene Trail (3 miles) - - - : [4] Berk ...
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Category Dacorum

'We liaise with local planning and highways authorities and monitor proposals affecting public footpaths and bridleways. Vigilance has fast become the order of the day since our countryside is unde ...
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'Starting in 2006 the group has organised walks on the first Sunday of each month during the summer (April to October inclusive) and winter walks in December and February.'


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'The reserve is made up of four woods: Bencroft Wood and Broxbourne Wood both owned by Hertfordshire County Council, and Hoddesdonpark Wood and Wormley Wood whic ...
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Category Broxbourne

'Our walks often take place on the second Sunday of the Month. All walks are free, some need money for transport or fares and we put details on the list. Bring your own picnics. Membership is not n ...
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Category Hertsmere

'The Easy Access Trail provides a lovely route around the Park with benches placed at regular intervals ... Why not extend your walk to include Roundcroft Wood, a semi-natural oak ...
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Category Broxbourne

Three circular walks: [1] The Croxley Green Loops (1-2 miles) - - - : [2] Around Croxley Common Moor (2 miles) - - - : [3] Croxley Green Boundary Walk (6.3 miles)


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Category Three Rivers

'East Herts is also a rambler's paradise around which to plan a route, not forgetting peaceful riverside walks, boat travel on the rivers Lea and Stort. The attractive villages, all have something ...
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'Come and see if you enjoy walking with us on one of our regular walks. Sunday morning walks start at 10.00 am and walk a roughly circular route of 5 or 6 miles, normally finishing by 1.00 pm. Even ...
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'Built in the early 1970's the Park has over 20 acres of open water across four linked lakes: The Balancing Pond; The Envi ...
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Category Stevenage

Woodland Garden 'Well worthwhile is a walk down through the mature beech and oak trees. Bluebells, wild flowers and narcissi cover the ground in the spring, and there is a growing collecti ...
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Category Welwyn Hatfield

'The Woodland Trust completed the purchase of Heartwood Forest on 30th September 2008. The Trust had been searching for a large scale woodland creation project for a number of yea ...
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Category St Albans

'Our famous Dinosaur Trail in the Wilderness Garden is very popular with younger visitors. The 70 life-sized dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures can be found grazing amongst the shrubbery. ...
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'Morven was donated to us by Mr A.B. Sanderson in two parts, the first 20 acres in 1928 and the rest of the park - including the house - in 1934. Mr Sanderson's wishes were very clear "that Morven ...
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Category Hertsmere

The Shenley Walks are 'four circular waymarked walks through Shenley Park'. Shenley Park Trust also 'offer a range of tours and activities within the Park, most of which we have been doing ...
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Category Hertsmere

'... On Thursdays we usually provide 2 walks, one walk of between 4 and 5.5 miles and a longer walk of up to 7 miles. Our Sunday walks are longer, usually between 9 and 12 miles and we have a break ...
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Category St Albans

'There is a walk for almost every level of ability. Long Walks are up to 12 miles; Medium Walks are around five to seven miles; Short Walks and Family Walks are ...
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Category Stevenage

Tring Town Trail 'describes a walk around the centre of Tring, starting at the Walter Rothschild Zoological Museum. The leaflet includes a map and a description of places of interest in th ...
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Category Dacorum

'There are four distinct walks, each specially designed to start and finish from a different station on the branch, which are called the "Abbey Flyer walks". Why not catch the Abbey Flyer and give ...
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Category St Albans

'The Alban Way does not just serve as a transport route for people, but also as a green corridor for plants and animals. Many bird, insect and mammal species can be found. If you look care ...
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Category St Albans

'The line opened on 1 September 1860 and was operable for more than 100 years. Passenger numbers declined sharply after the Second World War and passenger services ended in 1951, although commercia ...
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Category Welwyn Hatfield

'One can break off the walk at several points to catch the bus back because the bus route along the A1184 is never very far to the west of the river ... One can work out many variations to this wal ...
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'A circuitous route linking up separate woods follows age old trails, paths and green lanes through a magnificent and diverse woodland setting ... There are plenty of signed and unsigned paths in t ...
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Category Broxbourne

'All walks start in the Park. There are dozens of colour photographs and maps, pages of local information, and QR codes that you can scan as you walk.'


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Category Watford

'... It passes through the beautiful scenery of the Chess Valley and several attractive villages and at times gets close to the clear sparkling waters of the River Chess, one of the Chilterns' fame ...
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Category Three Rivers

'Circular walking route of 214 km (134 miles) with two optional extensions and an additional loop taking the total route to a maximum of 352 km (220 miles) ... The original Chiltern Way wa ...
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Category Dacorum

'The walking route heads north across fields to explore the nearby settlement of Potters Bar. You’ll have chance to see the leafy residential streets, the picturesque golf course and the m ...
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Category Hertsmere

'All in all, it was a pleasant way to spend an hour and a half. It wasn't necessarily the greatest walk in the whole world, but it was nice enough. It crossed three rivers (Chess, Gade and Colne) a ...
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Category Three Rivers

'Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the canal or use the route as a traffic free journey to work away from busy roads ... There is so much to see and do along the way ... For those wanting to explo ...
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Category Three Rivers

Download PDFs from the Website: Six 'ordinary walks' and four 'pushchair walks'.


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'We offer a range of voluntary opportunities, encouraging people to get involved in looking after their local countryside or park. We also promote outdoor recreation through organising events and w ...
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Category Hertfordshire

'The Commons Registration Act 1965 no longer applies in Hertfordshire as we are one of the 7 pioneer authorities for the Commons Act 2006. To register a piece of l ...
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Category Hertfordshire

Access to details of about 40 walk routes.


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Category Hertfordshire

'All the walks are fairly easy if you are able to cross step stiles, negotiate bachelor gates, traverse the occasional muddy path, and manage small hills ...'


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Category Hertfordshire

'Although originally inspired by the Ramblers Association, the Friends of The Hertfordshire Way is an autonomous group. It is now financed mainly by fund-raising activities of its ...
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Category Hertsmere

'The route can be broken down into stages using local roads to make walking the HOOP much easier. There are also bus stops available along most main roads taking you to/from the town centre.'


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'He might have skipped from the deliberately spartan fence – a sturdier barrier would have spoilt the view – down the narrow track to a shallow valley of oak, hawthorn and sycamore. He could have p ...
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Category Stevenage

'With 13.6 miles (21.8 km) of beautiful countryside, the Garden City Greenway provides a perfect setting for a range of outdoor activities. A variety of routes, open spaces and points of i ...
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'Since 1992, Thames Water has worked with local people and partners to create a 45 km [28 mile] long-distance footpath that follows the course of the New River, linking the inner city to t ...
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Category St Albans

'Launched in the Autumn of 2014: 'With the complete 42 mile Trail described in text and pictures, the Book includes an introduction, history, geology and general information, plus ...
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'The Trail which is circular, starts and finishes in the car park and is ideal for a family visit. On arrival you will be greeted by a striking carved archway to welcome you to the trail and upon c ...
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Category Three Rivers

'Potters Bar is a pleasant place in which to live. It is fresh and clean, and the surrounding countryside is beautiful. Little Heath adjoins the town to the north and South Mimms and Ridge ...
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Category Hertsmere

'This local area of the Ramblers' Association consists of eight local groups, each running its own activities. We exist to facilitate for the benefit of everyone, the enjoyment and discove ...
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Category Hertfordshire

'Two Trails of nine 'Holes' each. For the First 'Allow approx 45 minutes at a stroll'; for the Second 'Allow approx 2 hours at a stroll'.


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Category St Albans

'The Wood, which is crossed by many footpaths and bridleways, is also an amenity much used by the public - walkers with or without dogs, joggers, cyclists, horse riders and people who simply want t ...
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Category Welwyn Hatfield

[1] Woodland and Wood Sculptures - - - : [2] Tea on High with St Christopher - - - : [3] St Albans Heritage Tree Trail - - - : [4] Rhododendron Walk - - - : [5] Snowdrop Walk - - - : [6] Daffodil W ...
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Category St Albans

'The STOOP ring can be split up in 10 walks since each walk has: a link path out from the Stevenage Town centre to the ring; a part of the STOOP ring; a link path back to the Stevenage Town centre. ...
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Category Stevenage

'Most of the UK's rivers are not as healthy as they should be. Although many have improved dramatically over the past few decades, current problems include pollution, invasive non-native species, a ...
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'The Tring Reservoirs have been a feature of the local landscape for over two hundred years. Contrary to the views of many people, they are not used to provide drinking water; the four res ...
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Category Dacorum

'This walk starts in Hertfordshire and finishes in Bedfordshire, but for almost all its length is in Buckinghamshire. The first part follows the Ridgeway national trail for its last four miles (6 k ...
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Category Dacorum

'The Ver Valley Society exists to protect and promote all aspects of the River Ver and its valley. We have nearly 200 members and are always pleased to welcome new ones. The Society was or ...
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Category St Albans

'The original River Lea rose at Leagrove Marsh near Luton and flowed some seventy miles to the Thames at Bow Creek, downstream of the Isle of Dogs. It was navigable with difficulty up to Hertford b ...
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Historical Note 'The Watling Chase Timberland Trail is one of twelve trails in each of the Community Forests that have been funded by a partnership between Timberland (UK) ...
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Category Hertsmere

'Spokes radiate from the perimeter of the walk into the town to link with existing town trails, meaning you can do a section of the walk or all of it if you are feeling energetic! Information about ...
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Category 1: 11-25 Miles

The Trails 'aim to highlight the amazing local history of this district and encourage people to get out there and enjoy it. All of the walks start at the free parking in the centre of Wheathampstea ...
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Category St Albans

'There are wide permissive footpaths through the wood, and a public footpath cuts through the wood, across the golf course and into Cassiobury Park.


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Category Three Rivers

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