Trail Walkers

This group tackles some of the many waymarked trails in the UK, usually in day long walks of 10 to 12 miles on the second Tuesday of each month. A subset of the main group also tackle trails further afield by walking for a few days at a time, staying in hotels overnight

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Since we started in 2013 we have walked almost all the trails which come within 10 miles of Letchworth. Descriptions of most of the legs we have walked are detailed below, but this is an overview

Tonight we had a meal at the Green Man, Great Wymondley to mark the completion of the trail. A very enjoyable meal celebrating a very enjoyable trail

The last leg of our 70+ mile circular trail around North Bedfordshire started at Old Warden from where we headed north towards Moggerhanger.

This walk started by us walking through the RSPB grounds to the southern boundary.

We headed east from Tempsford crossing two of the countries main transport arteries - the A1 and the East Coast Main Line before skirting around what had been RAF Tempsford during WWII where many o

Leaving Keysoe Row behind us, we headed about a mile to the east and then south to Colmworth with its Church of St Denys, dedicated to the patron saint of France.

Not so much heritage on this leg, but plenty of views across the north Bedfordshire landscape from the undulating trail.

The next leg of the North Beds Heritage Trail took us from Turvey to Sharnbrook, taking in the villages of Carlton, Harrold and Odell all of which had old stone buildings reminiscent of the Cotswolds.

Our 2018 season got off to a great start with the best weather we have seen over the recent weeks.

We started our last leg of the Herts Chain Walk on the northern edge of Whitewebbs Park.

We parked in Maynard's Place car park Cuffley and head out of Cuffley along the B156 towards Northaw.

We started this leg at the old Cole Green railway station on the now defunct Hatfield to Hertford line.

This leg was a figure of eight centred on Bramfield Woods taking in Watton to the north and near to Tewin in the south.

To celebrate 30 years of the LALG, the various walking groups arranged walks to suit their objectives and followed these with a meal in Weston Village Hall.

We parked on Benington Recreation Ground and headed south to the edge of Hebing End. Here we turned left and headed once more into the Hertfordshire Countryside.



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