Hertfordshire Chain Walk

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Start: Crews Hill Station, Enfield
Distance: 39 miles (63 km)
Grid Ref: TL309001
Climbing: 665 metres
Walk time: 15-19 hours
Days: 2-3

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Summary: The Hertfordshire Chain Walk consists of 15 linked circular walks. These walks make up a total distance of 87 miles. The tracks pass through villages in East Hertfordshire close to London, the Icknield Way and the Cambridgeshire border. It also passes close to the Lea Valley Walk and the London Loop. The Hertfordshire Chain Walk starts in Enfield. Some of its path is shared with the Hertfordshire Way; the chain walk then heads north to Little Berkhamsted and passes west of Hertford. The chain walk then continues northwards between Stevenage and Buntingford; it again meets the Hertfordshire Way near Sandon and Therfield, south of Royston. The Chain Walk finishes at Ashwell and Morden railway station across the county boundary in Cambridgeshire. (Source: Wikipedia)

Useful Links:
Hertfordshire Chain Walk Guide Book
Pete's Walks
Tim Bertuchi
Long Distance Walkers Association

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