Walk 44: Bramfield Loop
3.65 miles (5.85 km)
A pleasant, undulating walk through farmland and deep woodland with the option of refreshments at a pub at the start, finish or both.
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About these walks
Note: All these walks are based around local pubs and were tested, mapped out and uploaded to this website by David and Ellie Brewer, pictured right.
The first in the collection are about three to four miles long and fairly easy. Allow two hours for most.
The later additions, from walk 16 onwards are longer. The North Mymms Way, which is walk 22 is a half day walk of about 12 miles which will take about four hours.
All the walks are fairly easy if you are able to cross step stiles, negotiate bachelor gates, traverse the occasional muddy path, and manage small hills. Boots and wet weather gear, a bottle of water, a snack, and the correct map for the area are recommended.
We recommend you buy the Ordnance Survey Landranger map for the area, number 166.
The walks are all within a 15 minute drive of Brookmans Park and include some villages to the east such as Bayford and Brickendon.
The Brookmans Park Newsletter can take no responsibility for paths that have been fenced off or closed since this series of walks was published. Some signs, stiles, and gates might also have been damaged or hidden since these walks were published.
Feedback is always welcome. If you have any comments you can add them in the comments box under each walk. There is also a discussion thread in this site's forum. As with all these walks, please do check the pub opening hours before setting off to make sure you are not left disappointed. You might want to read the Ramblers advice on your right to walk before setting off so you know what to do if you meet unexpected obstacles.
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