Harcamlow Way

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Statistics and Files
Start: Harlow
Distance: 141 miles (227 km)
Grid Ref: TL445113
Climbing: 1,679 metres
Walk time: 56-68 hours
Days: 9-14

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Harcamlow Way is a figure-of-eight long distance walk, mainly on tracks and green lanes passing many places of historic interest, crossing low hills, woods and arable land via Standon and Manuden to meet the cross-over point at Newport. It continues through Saffron Walden and over the low Bartlow Hills to Horseheath and the Fleam Dyke, to enter Cambridge, the return route passing through Melbourn and Chrishall to Newport, continuing via Debden, Thaxted, Takeley and Hatfield Forest. Originally devised in the 1970s by Fred Matthews and Harry Bitten. (Source: LDWA)

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Tim Bertuchi
Long Distance Walkers Association

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