Patmore Heath - Braughing - Gravesend - Patmore Heath

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This walk uses excellent footpaths (mainly the Harcamlow Way and the Hertfordshire Way). The undulating nature of the route, whilst not being strenuous, ensures a succession of excellent views throughout as well as affording the opportunity to explore a very picturesque village.

The Axe and Compasses in Braughing (pronounced Braffing) serves excellent meals including speciality sausage dishes. The Catherine Wheel, close to the end of the route in Gravesend (not the one in Kent!), is no longer there. Patmore Heath itself is a delightful area, which also warrants a small extension to your wander.

England - Central England - Hertfordshire - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Pub, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
10/28/2021 - Kevin Hilton

We have done this walk twice now - once in either direction - and it is really good. The rolling countryside is very scenic with wide, sweeping views. As well as a large herd of fallow deer, we spotted countless buzzards and red kites. In Braughing you have a choice of three pubs (check times), plus The Catherine Wheel near the start is open all day.

7/17/2007 - Richard Wagstaff

The Catherine Wheel has been rebuilt and opens in early August(2007).

1/1/2007 - brendan martin

The Catherine Wheel pub has been demolished. Old car park can be used.

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