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Essex Walks - A free site listing rural walks in Essex countryside

. Elmdon Tollesbury Wick Bocking Epping Green Wivenhoe Shalford Sandon Wormingford Bumbles Green Essex Way Bradwell

Welcome

From the rolling hills to the coastline, through unspoilt villages and ancient woodlands, all of rural Essex is best appreciated on foot.
This website provides all the information you need to enjoy beautiful walks in the Essex countryside.

All these walks are on public footpaths, permissive paths or other land open to the public, so you never have to worry about trespassing.

Tollesbury WickWALKS:
 Interactive maps, directions, photographs, weather, parking and transport links:
- all you need to know to enjoy walking in Essex, including the long distance Essex Way

Legend

  • Walker Short walk
  • Essex Way icon Essex Way
  • Saffron Trail icon Saffron Trail
  • Centenary Circle icon Centenary Circle

Click on the icon to see a walk summary

Map Instructions

Use the slider controls on the top left of the map to zoom in or out of the map, and to scroll north south east & west.
Left-click on any part of the map and hold the button down to drag the map around.

Toggle between a gmap Google Map and an Ordnance Survey mapOrdnance Survey Map by clicking on the link on the bottom right of the map.

The OS map supports a drag box zoom. If you hold down the shift key while dragging you will create a zoom box on the map. After releasing the mouse button the OS map will zoom into that box. This functionality is currently not supported on the Google map.


Berghaus Explorer LightADVICE: Preparation, safety, courtesy and rights of way: -equipping you for the countryside
 
cowNEWS: Recent local and national news on countryside matters


 
searchMAP  SEARCH: Look up Essex postcodes, places and grid references.
Find the co-ordinates of any point on the Ordnance Survey map
 
GPSrDIGITAL ROUTE DATA: Every walk has a GPX trace available, mapped onto full screen interactive Ordnance Survey, Google and Bing maps. You can also request a copy to use in your own GPS or mobile device.