A circular walk with choice of starting at either Debden, or for rail travellers, Newport.» Walk Details This circular walk visits the picturesque villages of Clavering, Arkesden, Wicken Bonhunt and Rickling in the Uttlesford area and provides the opportunity to visit each of their beautiful historic churches.» Walk Details This is an easy little walk starting from a village which retains its character although close to Chelmsford.
Much of the walk is throgh open flat farmland with a short section in the wood at Skreens Park. The walk takes you along Roxwell Brook, a tributary of the River Can, on nice wide grassy field edges and through paddocks full of friendly horses.
) but within a few yards either side of this you are in the heart of rural Essex.» Walk Details Varied open countryside and woodland with wonderful views as you approach Newport.
From Newport Station, the walk takes you over a small ford to open fields and a farmland track back to more woodland, meadows and horse paddocks.
Once you have decided which route you want to walk, you can download and print off the three PDFs of (» Walk Details This circular walk goes through sections of Epping Forest, and the 'buffer lands' of Warlies Park and Copped Hall Park, sometimes on open access land.
This means that parts of the route do not follow official footpaths.
They are nearly all circular, so once you've completed your walk, you'll find yourself back at your car or public transport link.
You can explore the details of the route and surrounding area by using the interactive (zoomable) online maps from Ordnance Survey and Google.
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