Boxted - Essex Way - Tye Green - Langham Moor - Rivers Hall

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The start and end of this walk use sections of the Essex Way. This is an excellent path and affords superb views at various points. In addition, on this walk you pass at least six farms, a number of magnificent halls and an interesting vineyard with opportunities for wine-tasting and / or purchase. There is an opportunity to shorten or vary the walk at Waymark 9.

England - East England - Essex - Countryside

Features

Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Great Views, Lake/Loch, Mostly Flat, Wildlife, Woodland
21/04/2020 - Sid Marks

Thoroughly enjoyed this walk. Highly recommended. At the start there is only room for one car outside the church. The only other place I could see to park on the walk is in the British Legion car park at waymark 8. The walk is only 7 miles, not 8 as stated, taking 2hrs 15mins. Just a couple of updates. At waymark 13, after passing the wooden shed on the left, you pass a large barn on the right. At the end of the barn, turn right behind it and follow the grassed area to the track and turn left. At waymark 14, the directions are wrong, the start of the track downhill splits into 2. Take the left fork, as the track pictured is now private property. When you get to the bottom of the woodland you arrive at a kissing gate onto a track.Cross the track slightly right through a field gate. Head straight on, slightly right through the field to a stile. Cross this, then continue ahead to another stile which takes you into an enclosed path in Cophedge Wood. Follow this and it brings you out opposite a thatched cottage. Turn left on the road to continue the walk.

23/09/2013 - David Baker

Excellent detailed directions. I would urge you to do the longer walk as from Point 9 is the prettiest part, and I imagine this section would be even better when the leaves are turning.