Essex Way

Description

  1. Name Essex Way
  2. Distance de sentier 130 km, 81 milles
  3. Durée en jours 7 jours
  4. Début de sentier London
  5. Fin de sentier Harwich
  6. Classement Traildino EW, Marche facile, sentier de la nature

Essex Way

81 miles. 130 km.

The Essex Way takes you from London to Harwich, slightly slower than the train does. Starting point is London Epping Underground station. The vast open landscapes and ancient forests which you hike through, were caught in time by Constable, painter of the early 19th century. Including the windmills and very English odd buildings. The path coincides with a section of European long distance trail E2.

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Essex Way
.Essex Way (Epping to Stratford St Mary), 100km
.Essex Way (Stratford St Mary to Ramsey), 25km
.Essex Way (Ramsey to Harwich), 9.3km

Carte

Essex Way

Livres

Cicerone Press
United Kingdom
2019
  • Walking in Essex
  • Guidebook to 25 day walks in the county of Essex. Ranging from 4 to 17 miles, the walks showcase the county's delightfully varied landscape. Also includes a full description of the 96 mile 'Across Essex' route, which incorporates the Essex Way and a traverse of Epping Forest on its way from Manor Park to Harwich. Lire la suite
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The Book Depository
United Kingdom
2019
De Zwerver
Netherlands
2019
  • Wandelgids Walking in Essex | Cicerone
  • Guidebook to 25 day walks in the county of Essex. Ranging from 4 to 17 miles, the walks showcase the county's delightfully varied landscape. Also includes a full description of the 96 mile 'Across Essex' route, which incorporates the Essex Way and a traverse of Epping Forest on its way from Manor Park to Harwich. Lire la suite
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Stanfords
United Kingdom
2013
  • Essex Walking - 25 Day Walks and a Cross-County Route
  • In this guidebook, `Essex` means the historic county including the London boroughs east of the Lea, roughly equivalent to the post-Roman Kingdom of the East Saxons. Water, important then as now to the defender of a contested territory, defines most of its boundaries: the North Sea to the east, the Thames to the south, the Lea and Stort to the... Lire la suite
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  • Bol.com, Netherlands
  • Bol.com, Belgium
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The Book Depository
United Kingdom
2013
Bol.com
Netherlands
2013
  • Walking in Essex
  • This guidebook describes 25 coastal and inland day walks covering the whole of the historic country of Essex, stretching from the Lea Valley in the west and the Thames in the south over to the North Sea and up to the River Stour in the north. Also included is a description of the Essex Way which crosses the county in 11 stages from Manor Park,... Lire la suite
Bol.com
Belgium
2013
  • Walking in Essex
  • This guidebook describes 25 coastal and inland day walks covering the whole of the historic country of Essex, stretching from the Lea Valley in the west and the Thames in the south over to the North Sea and up to the River Stour in the north. Also included is a description of the Essex Way which crosses the county in 11 stages from Manor Park,... Lire la suite
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