Walking in Essex

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Latest update 29.11.2013 00:31

No trip to Essex would be complete without a walk through the royal medieval hunting forest, of Hatfield Forest; or along the sea wall at Copt Hall, where the bite of the wind can blow the cobwebs away.

Here are some walks for you to download before you visit:

Blake's Wood to Lingwood Common (2.5 miles)
Lingwood Common to Blake's Wood (3.5 miles)
Danbury Common to Lingwood Common (1.5 miles)
Three walks linking Danbury and Lingwood Commons, and Blakes Wood.

Coggeshall Grange Barn and Paycocke's circular walk (3 miles)
This pleasant circular country walk takes you via the Essex Way and along the River Blackwater.

Hatfield - Flitch Way and Forest walk (3.5 miles)
No other forest on Earth evokes the atmosphere of a medieval hunting forest so completely as Hatfield Forest.

Hatfield - Forest walk (1.7 miles)
Discover Hatfield Forest and what makes it a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Hatfield - golden boots walk  (3.4 miles)
300 million buttercups are sure to turn your boots yellow in May and June.

Hatfield - tree walk (1.75 miles)
An easily accessible trail around Hatfield Forest if you don’t want to get your feet muddy.

Hatfield - Takeley to Wall Wood walk(9.5 miles)
A circular walk that includes the old Bishop Stortford to Braintree railway line.

Paycocke's - Tudor Coggeshall walk(2.5 miles)
Discover what Coggeshall may have been like in Tudor times.