At no time is this walk further than 3km from Stevenage, the first post-war New Town in England. And yet you would not know it. Apart from one isolated building, spectacularly and magnificently noticeable from a short stretch, it is a totally rural ramble peaceful and quiet over the open uplands of North Hertfordshire. A notable feature in the spring is the birdsong, not just in the woods and hedgerows, but rising overhead across the arable fields.
It is recommended you take a map with you when following a walk route. The preferred scale is 1:25000 used by the Explorer series.
Note : If two maps are listed at the same scale then either (a) both are required for full coverage of the route or (b) the route is covered on both maps.
Other walks nearby
Walk 1503 - 0.1 miles / 0.2 km away
Walk 2970 - 3.0 miles / 4.8 km away
Walk 1265 - 3.2 miles / 5.2 km away
Walk 2221 - 6.3 miles / 10.1 km away
Walk 2708 - 6.3 miles / 10.1 km away
Walk 1118 - 6.6 miles / 10.6 km away
Walk 1812 - 6.7 miles / 10.6 km away
Walk 2107 - 7.4 miles / 11.8 km away
Walk 1599 - 8.7 miles / 13.8 km away
Walk 1372 - 9.1 miles / 14.6 km away
Note : The distances quoted to other walks in the vicinity are measured in a straight line. The distance by road may be further.
How are the walks graded?
Please Note - These walks have been published for use by site visitors on the understanding that Walking Britain is not held responsible for the safety or well being of those following the routes as described.
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NOTE - all distances are "as the crow flies"
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