Hertfordshire Way

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Statistics and Files
Start: Royston
Distance: 166 miles (267 km)
Grid Ref: TL357403
Climbing: 2,779 metres
Walk time: 68-80 hours
Days: 12-16

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Hertfordshire Way is a circular walk around the County of Hertfordshire, England. The route is fully waymarked. The walk is mainly in open countryside, some less than 20 miles from central London, but also passes through the historic city of St Albans, the County town of Hertford and the towns of Royston and Bishop’s Stortford. A number of the smaller, attractive villages of Hertfordshire are also encompassed in the route. The route is formally divided into 16 sections most of which are accessible using public transport but as a circular walk it can be used to suit the wishes of the walker. The walk was planned and is cared for by the Friends of the Hertfordshire Way, who are affiliated with the Ramblers Association. Their website is full of useful information, including gps files for each suggested stage and it is regularly updated. (Source: Wikipedia)

Useful Links:
The Hertfordshire Way Guide Book
Pete's Walks
Friends of Hertfordshire Way - including gps files for each stage.
Long Distance Walkers Association

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