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Lookout for these signs along the route

 

The Hertfordshire Way

Is a 194 mile circular route along public rights-of-way within the County of Hertfordshire. Our new guidebook divides the route into 16 sections, or 'legs', each making up a comfortable day's walk of about 12 miles (shortest is 11, longest 15). Wherever possible we have chosen places with some public transport access for the end points of each leg. However, anyone willing to spend a bit of time studying the maps and timetables, or able to use two cars, can choose different starting and finishing points. The route has been chosen to pass through a variety of Hertfordshire scenery, mostly in open countryside but also passing through some of our more interesting and attractive villages. Hertford and St Albans, as the County Town and main historic centre respectively, are the only large towns on the route.

Although originally inspired by the Ramblers Association, the Friends of The Hertfordshire Way is an autonomous group. It is now financed mainly by fund-raising activities of its membership, from its very modest subscriptions, from donations and from the sale of the guidebook.

The Friends of The Hertfordshire Way has a walks programme. We meet once a month on Mondays (to avoid clashes with weekend and mid-week walks programmes of other groups such as the regional Ramblers Association sections). Non-members are very welcome to join these walks at no cost.

 

Devil's Dyke, Wheathampsted

If you would like to find out more you can email us or call Peter & Sue Garside (01992 467928) or Bert & Sheila Richardson (01763 244509).

© The Friends of Hertfordshire Way 2014 (to email the system administrator click here)