Three Forests Way

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Start: Harlow, Essex
Distance: 60 miles (96 km)
Grid Ref: TL445113
 
Climbing: 793 metres
Walk time: 24-30 hours
Days: 4-6

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Three Forests Way is a long distance footpath which was devised by the West Essex Group of the Ramblers Association to commemorate Queen Elizabeth's Silver Jubilee. It links three Essex forests. The way is circular, beginning and ending near Harlow Town Station. Taking a clockwise course, places visited on the route include Harlow Marsh Nature Reserve, Lower Sheering, Little Hallingbury Park, Hatfield Forest Country Park and National Nature Reserve, Hatfield Broad Oak, White Roothing, Abbess Roding, Fyfield, High Ongar, Chipping Ongar, Stapleford Tawney (Hawksmere Springs Nature Reserve), Abridge, Lambourne, Hainault Forest Country Park, Chigwell Row, Loughton, Epping Forest, Upshire, Epping Green, Roydon Hamlet, Roydon Mills Leisure Park and Hunsdown Mead.


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