Up, up and away - a guided walk
Date: 18 September 2022
Time: 11:00 – please note, the walk will begin at this time, if you’re running late, please give the walk leader a call to let them know.
Walk leader contact number: 07825944522
Meeting point: Fishers Green Car Park - EN9 2EF, What3words: ///pages.patio.frozen
Please arrive 10 minutes before the walk is scheduled to begin. This will allow time for you pay for any parking and that your leader has time to check everyone in.
Estimated time of walk: 3 - 3.5 hours
Parking restrictions: parking charges apply at this carpark. Find out more here
Starting from Fishers Green Car Park into the River Lee Country Park and head north to an area not often explored. Following the footpath towards Nazeing this walk will link back to Clayton Hill and you will climb a winding path to gain a different view with a new perspective.
This time of year there is still plenty of wildlife to see and there will be plenty of birds in the hedgerows to look out for.
On reaching the top of the hill, you will then take a slow decent back towards the farm and explore a different aspect of the Lee Valley Regional Park.
The length of this walk is 9.2km (5.7 miles) and can take around 3 to 3.5 hours
This is for experienced walkers and part of this walk is along unsurfaced foot paths, up and down hills and is not suitable for wheelchairs or buggies. Please wear suitable footwear.
Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a lead
Please note, some of this walk is next to water
Please bring water and snacks to keep you energised
Bring some binoculars to really see the beauty and wildlife around you.
By train or tube: the nearest station is Cheshunt, it is then a pleasant two mile walk through River Lee Country Park to Fishers Green car park. Follow the signs through this beautiful country park.
By car: Fishers Green car park is two miles north of Waltham Abbey on the B194 and just four miles from the M25. Sat nav postcode: EN9 2EH
By bus: buses stop outside Lee Valley White Water Centre, Waltham Abbey (buses 250, 251). The farms are a two mile walk through River Lee Country Park.