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80% of Hertfordshire is countryside, much of it in the Green Belt, protecting us from coalescence with London and built areas from coalescence with each other. CPRE Hertfordshire has been standing up for the Hertfordshire countryside for over 80 years.

This document lists all of the walks available on our website in the form of an index by district with hyperlinks enabling you to select the walk within the document then using the hyperlink go straight to the web page where you can view and/or download the walk.

 

This 4.1 mile circular walk starts and ends at the rail station in Berkhamsted in the west of the county HP4 2AJ . Nearly all of the walk is within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the first half of the route follows part of the Hertfordshire Way, the 195 mile long-distance path around the whole of Hertfordshire.

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View all CPRE Herts walks here

CPRE Hertfordshire objects to this expansion. We have a climate emergency. It urges members and residents to say no to the proposals to grow Luton Airport from 18 to 32 million passengers per annum. The consultation runs to the 16th December 2019.  https://futureluton.llal.org.uk/ . CPRE Hertfordshire endorses the fact that people and organisations are questioning their need to fly more than ever, and that the alternatives to flying must be improved. As people vote with their feet the forecasts of air traffic growth are unsound as well as highly damaging.

This year our walks will explore more of Hertfordshire’s beautiful countryside and diverse landscapes.

The 2019 Autumn Walk is a 4.6 mile circular walk which takes in some lovely countryside in the Brocket Hall estate, through the Lea Valley, and along the Ayot Greenway.

 

 

CPRE Herts responses to Stevenage significant planning applications are stored here

 

This year our walks will explore more of Hertfordshire’s beautiful countryside and diverse landscapes.

The 2019 Late Summer Walk is a circular route of just over 5 miles, starting in Sarratt, which explores the peaceful valley of the River Chess (see below), partly in Three Rivers District in the south west of the county.

 

 

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