5 things to do in Hertfordshire this week: The best themed walks

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With tougher restrictions on what we can do in Herts in place once again, each week we’ll be featuring a selection of walks, things to do at home or places to visit all of which adhere to social distancing guidelines

This week we are featuring a selection of themed walks for you to try in Herts. Please check all links before heading out as locations mentioned may be closed. Please also only travel to locations near you

In the Hertfordshire Chilterns

Take your pick of the Chess Valley, Tring, Berkhamsted and the Ashridge Estate for a walk in the Hertfordshire section of the Chiltern Hills AONB.

Click here for our full list and details on each walk.

By the River Lea

The beauty of the River Lea provides the setting for our next collection of Herts’ best walks as you visit the likes of Hertford, Little Berkhamsted and Harpenden.

Here’s more on our selection of riverside walks.

Snowdrop Walks

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At this time of year there are swathes of beautiful snowdrops bursting out of the ground as we gradually leave winter and head towards spring.

Click here for our pick of the best places to see them.

Park Walks

There’s plenty of pretty parkland in Hertfordshire and these walks are specially tailored to take you past the very best that these locations have to offer.

Click here for details of each walk.

Woodland Walks

Heartwood Forest, the Ashridge Estate and Balls Wood are just a few of the places we’ve selected for a secluded walk surrounded by towering trees.

Click here to see more.


For more information about any of the events listed above; how to get there, how to book tickets and prices, please follow the links in the event name.

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