John Bunyan Trail

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Start: Sundon Hills Country Park
Distance: 77 miles (124 km)
Grid Ref: SO670759
 
Climbing: 1,184 metres
Walk time: 32-38 hours
Days: 4-7

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The John Bunyan Trail was created by the Bedfordshire Group of the Ramblers Association to celebrate their Diamond Jubilee and the walk is dedicated to the author of 'The Pilgrim's Progress'. The route takes in many places of historic interest connected with Bunyan and passes through a number of attractive villages and scenic countryside which includes Sharpenhoe, Harlington, Westoning, Flitwick, Ampthill, Cranfield, Wootton, Bromham, Oakley, Clapham, Bedford, Haynes, Shefford, Meppershall, Shillington, Barton-le-Clay and Streatley.


Useful Links:
John Bunyan: Journey of a Pilgrim
Let's Go
Long Distance Walkers Association


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