Welcome to Hertfordshire Walker

CPRE Hertfordshire double award winner 2022

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All our walks on one interactive map


Interactive map showing all starting points for the walks on Hertfordshire Walker
Click on the map above to take you to the interactive map
We are currently rebuilding the map that shows all the starting points for our walks. Apologies for any inconvenience. Hopefully it will be finished by Sunday evening 6 Feb. Eventually all 225 walks will be plotted. Each time you revisit this page there will be more walks added.

You can zoom in or out of the map to find an area you would like to explore. Then click on the green icons showing a walker to find the starting point for each walk. Click on the green icon to reveal a box explaining how far the walk is, a brief description, and a link to the walk page which contains directions, maps and GPS navigation files for those using smartphones. All walks are free to download and enjoy on any device.

The light blue shaded area is the Hertfordshire boundary.


Click the white box top right of the map to view in full screen


All our walks now have the distance added to the titles, so that you don't need to open them to find out how long they are. This change were suggested by regular users of this site, Jason and Carol, who have tried out many of the routes along with their dog Fred.

In October 2022 we added total elevation (the amount of climb involved) after receiving a suggestion from regular user, Craig. We now have a page listing walks by distance and climb.

How to use the map

  • The left-hand icon in the blue bar below reveals the table of contents for the map.
  • The square icon to the right opens the map in full screen.
  • You can use the + and - signs on the map to zoom in
  • Once you have zoomed in, click on the green walkers icon to reveal the walk details and find a link to the individual walk pages.


Map icons appearing on mobile devices



If you find the green walking icons we use for the start and finish points keep reappearing on the Google Maps app on your mobile device you can remove the 'layer' that makes them appear.

The green walking icon
The green walking icon
All you need to do is click on ‘your places’, then ‘maps’, then click on the 'layers' icon for the map (see icon below). All your 'layers' will appear. Just uncheck the box next to the 'Hertfordshire Walker' layer to remove it.

The 'layers' icon
The 'layers' icon

As always, feedback welcome. Please use the comments form below.

Thanks

Dave (and Ellie) Brewer


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