Region: East of England

'Our region includes the six counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire. We are a very diverse region, from isolated rural villages to city metropolis, from agriculture to service industry, manufacturing to technology and the people are excitingly diverse too. We have 6 Universities within our region including Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin, Essex, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and East Anglia.'

Category Eastern
Description from

U3A Regions

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Access to a range of Countryside Walks leaflets in and around Brentwood.

Category Brentwood
Starting fromBrentwood Borough Council
Area
Visits to the Website939
Views of 'Full' Record1431

'We now have approximately 70 interest groups ranging from the Arts to World Faiths, Line Dancing to London Walks, French for Beginners to French Boules, Play Reading to Pub Lunches. There's something for everyone. A warm welcome is guaranteed and you can be sure to make new friends. Broxbourne U3A was formed in the year 2000 and we currently have approximately 1000 members.'

Category Broxbourne
Starting fromThe Spotlight, Hoddesdon
Visits to the Website854
Views of 'Full' Record3335

'Charming ancient woodland, diverse wildlife and rich history make Broxbourne Woods National Nature Reserve (NNR) a truly magnificent place to be. As Hertfordshire’s only NNR, Broxbourne Woods is a very large area of sessile oak and hornbeam woodland at the northern most part of its natural range.'

Category Broxbourne
Navigate the Website>>> Walkers Guide [PDF]
Starting fromBroxbourne Woods
See also

Broxbourne Woods Sculpture Trail and Audio Guide

Visits to the Website1177
Views of 'Full' Record6022

'This large Green Flag accredited park is the green heart of the Borough with a large part of the 235 acres covered by a wildflower meadow with hay cut once a year.'

Navigate the Website>>> Cheshunt Park History Trail [PDF]
Size (acreage)235
Starting fromCheshunt
Description from

Borough of Broxbourne

Visits to the Website947
Views of 'Full' Record1588

'Big skies, fenland landscapes, historic wool towns and nearness to mainland Europe are just some ingredients in the East of England's distinctive character. Explore the fascinating mudflats of the Thames estuary in Essex or retrace fenland history from bogs to beans. Discover bustling market towns or historic cities such as Cambridge. Find out why the east coast is disappearing and seaside resorts are changing.'

Category Eastern
Visits to the Website547
Views of 'Full' Record1204

'The Thorndon Countryside Centre is situated in Thorndon Country Park. There are some fantastic walks through ancient woodland and historic deer parks which lie close alongside recently planted woodland and a landscape of small pastures ... The Countryside Centre is managed by Essex Wildlife Trust and the Park is managed by Essex County Council in a joint venture.'

Category Brentwood
Starting fromThorndon Country Park
Description from

Essex Wildlife Trust

Area
Visits to the Website1087
Views of 'Full' Record1385

'Walk through numerous walking routes of gorgeous countryside around the Region.'

Category Eastern
Navigate the Website>>> Walking
Visits to the Website613
Views of 'Full' Record1125

'Broxbourne Health Walks take place at a variety of locations, including two of our award-winning Greenflag parks in Cheshunt (Cedars Park and Cheshunt Park), the award-winning Greenflag Lee Valley Regional Park, and at Barclay Park in Hoddesdon. These locations offer a variety of different walks, and can be adapted to suit almost all walkers.'

Category Broxbourne
Description from

Borough of Broxbourne

Visits to the Website804
Views of 'Full' Record1795

'Weald Country Park is located to the west of Brentwood. At nearly 500 acres it is the largest of the Essex County Council Country Parks. Parkland has been established here for more than 700 years; the lakes, the tree-lined avenues, and large parkland trees are the result of the landscaping carried out in the 18th century.'

Category Brentwood
Navigate the Website>>> Download our Site Map [PDF]
Size (acreage)500
Starting fromWeald Country Park
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website1006
Views of 'Full' Record1437

'This is the longest and perhaps most challenging and rewarding walk in the series, allowing walkers to enjoy isolated and remote countryside. There is considerable variety of landscape including woodland, lush meadows and the light terrain characteristic of the Suffolk Sandlings.'

Category Suffolk Coastal
Distance (miles)14
Starting fromWickham Market Station
Description from

East Suffolk Line Walks

Area
Visits to the Website928
Views of 'Full' Record1848

'D.H. Lawrence Heritage comprises two sites in Eastwood, the Heritage Centre and the Birthplace Museum, linked by the Blue Line Trail self-guided walking tour.'

Category Broxtowe
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromD H Lawrence Birthplace Museum
Visits to the Website855
Views of 'Full' Record2059

'Long distance footpath which runs for approximately 36 miles between Diss and Norwich.'

Category South Norfolk
Distance (miles)36
Starting fromDiss
Walks described here by
See also

The Boudicca Way [The Walking Englishman]

Area
Visits to the Website1087
Views of 'Full' Record2197

The Borough of Brentwood 'is named after the town of Brentwood which is the main development in the area. There are still large areas of woodland including Shenfield Common, Hartswood (named after its last private owner, a Mr Hart), Weald Country Park, and Thorndon Country Park. The original district council was formed in 1974 from the former area of Brentwood Urban District, part of Epping and Ongar Rural District and part of Chelmsford Rural District'.

Category Brentwood
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website1075
Views of 'Full' Record1830

'A circular walk around Framlingham ... The walk gives panoramic views of the town including the castle, church and college and passes through undulating farmland, once the domain of the powerful Bigod family.'

Category Suffolk Coastal
Navigate the Website>>> Download Leaflet [PDF]
Distance (miles)11
Starting fromFramlingham
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website846
Views of 'Full' Record2362

'A strenuous walk through the Spital Brook valley into Broxbourne Woods National Nature Reserve and an assortment of ancient and wild woods and diverse woodland setting.'

Category Broxbourne
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromBroxbourne Station
Walks described here by
See also

Broxbourne Woods North / South Walks (Nos 26 and 27) [Brookmans Park Newsletter]

Visits to the Website767
Views of 'Full' Record1420

'A route through the heart of west Suffolk, with its gently undulating landscape and picture postcard villages.'

Category St Edmundsbury
Navigate the Website>>> Bury to Clare Walk [PDF]
Distance (miles)19
Starting fromBury St Edmunds
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website1198
Views of 'Full' Record4417

The Walk 'follows the Cam valley to Saffron Walden, crossing into the Pant river valley and then near Wimbish to the river Chelmer valley that it follows south via Thaxted and Great Dunmow to Chelmsford. Here the Chelmer turns east, joining the Blackwater (Panta in Roman times) to reach the head of the Blackwater estuary at Maldon, where the site of the battle is finally reached ... Links include West Anglian Way / Fen Rivers Way and Essex Way, Icknield Way Path and Centenary Circle (of Chelmsford)'.

Category Uttlesford
Distance (miles)49
Starting fromGreat Chesterford
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website305
Views of 'Full' Record959

'The buildings of Cambridge constructed since 1945 have made a substantial contribution to the built environment of the city. There can be few cities of comparable size with such an array of work by nationally and internationally renowned designers ...' Part 1 The City Centre | Part 2 Four City Walks | Part 3 The Suburbs | Part 4 The Surrounding AreaALERT Unable to raise the Website originally cited here at Review, so Linked instead to related Site.

Description from

The Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry

Visits to the Website951
Views of 'Full' Record1571

'The Camuplodunum was conceived in 1974 by Derek Keeble as a 25 mile, long distance route around Colchester's town boundary to be used as a training ground for his then favourite pastime, orienteering.  On the one hand it retains its original objective as a complete long distance path. On the other hand it has been broken down into sixteen short sections between Colchester's radial bus routes for the less adventurous. Whichever way you prefer to enjoy its varied route, Colchester Ramblers hope that you share Derek's undying enthusiasm for our surrounding countryside. '

Category Colchester
Distance (miles)25
Starting fromThe Half But Innt, Great Horkesley
Description from

Colchester Ramblers

Area
Visits to the Website685
Views of 'Full' Record1417

'I did this walk on Sunday 23rd September 2007. I had been going to walk along the Medway Valley from Strood to Maidstone but I had got up a bit too late (again) to get a suitable train and thus drove to Canvey Island instead to continue my series of walks on the Essex coast. It was a fine day with plenty of sunshine and felt quite warm for the time of the year despite a fairly strong breeze ... '

Category Coastal Walks
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromCanvey Island
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website972
Views of 'Full' Record1704

'Walk between Cambridge and Kings Lynn following the Rivers Cam and Great Ouse. The main route mainly follows the western banks of the rivers, although there is an eastern alternative available between north of Cambridge and Ely. The route is mostly flat, with very little ascent or descent. '

Category Cambridge
Distance (miles)48
Starting fromCambridge Railway Station
Walks described here by
See also

Fen Rivers Way [Norfolk County Council]

Visits to the Website1145
Views of 'Full' Record1718

'These walks have all been published in past issues of the "The Village News". They have been devised by "one man and his dog" who takes absolutely no responsibility for accuracy or for any injury or mishap that might befall any person who follows them. And please don't try to blame the dog!'

Starting fromGreat Shelford
Visits to the Website1644
Views of 'Full' Record6861

'The route follows a ridge of greensand which rises from the clay vales on either side and is an ideal introduction to the history, landscape and wildlife of this part of the country. The 40 mile / 64 km walk starts in Leighton Buzzard and finishes in Gamlingay.'

Distance (miles)40
Starting fromLeighton Buzzard
Visits to the Website1058
Views of 'Full' Record2156

'Around the inside of the boundary of Hertsmere Borough (in Hertfordshire, in the UK) using public rights of way wherever possible, and divided into several walking legs from locations with public transport links.  There is also a network of support routes to provide a wide variety of loop, figure of eight and linear walking opportunities of many different lengths.'

Category Hertsmere
Distance (miles)50
Starting fromElstree Station
Description from

Ian Hardy

Visits to the Website993
Views of 'Full' Record2340

'The trail starts on the beautiful Chiltern Hills, which are reputed to be John Bunyan's delectable mountains. It continues through some of Bedfordshire's most attractive and scenic countryside taking in a variety of nostalgic places, full of interest and intrigue, connected with John Bunyan.'

Navigate the Website>>> Search by Walk Name 'Bunyan' >>> The John Bunyan Trail at Streatley
Distance (miles)45
Starting fromStreatley
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website990
Views of 'Full' Record2839

'Follows the routes of two disused railway lines, running between the historic market town of Aylsham and the medieval city of Norwich.'

Category Broadland
Distance (miles)26
Starting fromAylsham
Walks described here by
See also

Marriott's Way [Broadland District Council] | Marriott's Way Sculptures [Recording Archive for Public Sculpture in Norfolk & Suffolk]

Area
Visits to the Website1196
Views of 'Full' Record2065

'Walking trail meandering through contrasting landscapes between the medieval town of King’s Lynn and the Farm and Workhouse museum in Gressenhall.'

Distance (miles)33
Starting fromKing's Lynn
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website1269
Views of 'Full' Record1727

'The North Chiltern Trail is designed to encourage people to explore this lovely area on foot and is being created by combining the original and extended routes of The Chiltern Way footpath in the North Chilterns. This will provide a 67km/42 mile circular walking route through some of the most delightful Chiltern countryside of Bedfordshire and north Hertfordshire, including parts of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.'

Distance (miles)42
Starting fromLilley
Description from

Chiltern Society

Visits to the Website677
Views of 'Full' Record1525

'Paston Way is a 22 mile walk between Cromer and North Walsham, discovering the area's beautiful medieval churches. Each church has its own hidden history and one was even moved brick by brick from a cliff top to save it from the sea. To visit all 14 of the fine churches on the Paston Way, the trail covers 29.5 miles.'

Category North Norfolk
Distance (miles)30
Starting fromNorth Walsham
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website1530
Views of 'Full' Record3727

'Rothschild Way will be a footpath extending to Woodwalton Fen from Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire and commemorating the early wildlife conservation work of Charles Rothschild.'

Distance (miles)36
Starting fromWicken Fen
Description from

The Great Fen Project

Visits to the Website630
Views of 'Full' Record1409

'Walk meandering through the countryside of Essex, from Chipping Ongar to the ancient chapel of St Peter-on-the-Wall at Bradwell on Sea.'

Category Epping Forest
Navigate the Website>>> St Peter's Way [PDF]
Distance (miles)45
Starting fromChipping Ongar
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website778
Views of 'Full' Record1601

'Town and country walk circling Stevenage. Using established rights of way where it can, STOOP has been devised ... to provide an informal, active recreational leisure amenity readily available to the residents of Stevenage and the surrounding villages.'

Category Stevenage
Distance (miles)27
Starting fromStevenage Bus Station
Description from

North Herts Ramblers Group

Visits to the Website685
Views of 'Full' Record1683

'There is excellent public access to the Stort Navigation. A public footpath runs all the way along the Navigation from Bishops Stortford to the confluence with the Lea. For much of this stretch the path is part of the Stort Valley Way, a 28-mile circular walk around Harlow and Sawbridgeworth. For information on walking in the Stort valley, and to download a leaflet, click here.'

Distance (miles)28
Starting fromRoydon
Visits to the Website664
Views of 'Full' Record2764

'On the Suffolk/Essex border along the estuaries of the Rivers Stour and Orwell to Felixstowe, where it continues as the Suffolk Coast Path, though as all the waters it traces are tidal and Cattawade is pretty much on the Suffolk/Essex border, this route may be considered as the first chunk of a Greater Suffolk Coast walk.'

Category Babergh
Distance (miles)39
Starting fromCattawade
Description from

Stephen and Lucy Dawson

Area
Visits to the Website739
Views of 'Full' Record2645

'Explore the 29 mile (46.6km) Thames Estuary Path through the fascinating South Essex Marshes, from Tilbury Town all the way to Leigh-on-Sea. Passing through an industrial and settled beautiful landscape with a wealth of Green Heritage - history and biodiversity ... The path is easily accessible by train, linking 6 local train stations on one of the most attractive railway lines in the country (London Fenchurch to Shoeburyness Line). The path is clearly signed and waymarked along the length with a new distinctive logo.'

Category Thurrock
Distance (miles)29
Starting fromTilbury Town
Description from

MaxiGreen

Area
Visits to the Website902
Views of 'Full' Record3152

'This circular walk takes in Weald Country Park and beautiful surrounding countryside. The walk may be started anywhere on route but at Weald Country Park there is good parking and a visitor centre.'

Category Brentwood
Navigate the Website>>> SEARCH 'Walking & Cycling'
Distance (miles)8
Starting fromVisitors Centre, Weald Country Park
Description from

Brentwood Borough Council

Area
Visits to the Website1050
Views of 'Full' Record2326

'Follows the Cam, the Stort and the Lea rivers linking stations on the Cambridge to London Liverpool Street railway line.'

The West Anglian Way 'A detailed route description, together with illustrative map, and consisting of 6, A4 sheets in a plastic envelope.'

Category Cambridge
Distance (miles)64
Starting fromCambridge Railway Station
Description from

Cambridge Ramblers

Visits to the Website698
Views of 'Full' Record1874

'Here we've brought together a selection of countryside and town walks starting and finishing at a railway station on the Wherry Lines. All the walks are described including details such as distances, path surfaces and facilities available.'

Category Broadland
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website728
Views of 'Full' Record1673

'The Wherryman’s Way is in the Broads – Britain’s largest protected wetland. This 35-mile recreational route follows the course of the River Yare between Norwich and Great Yarmouth and takes its name from the wherry – a large cargo-carrying barge whose elegant black sails were a once common sight on these waters.'

Category Norwich
Distance (miles)35
Starting fromRailway Station
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website984
Views of 'Full' Record1719

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