The main areas covered include walks in Epping, Epping Forest, Theydon Bois, Chingford, Wanstead Park, Gilwell Park, Upshire, High Beach, Loughton and Ambresbury Banks as well as walking in Coggeshall, Kelvedon, Thorndon and other areas of the Essex countryside and coastline.
Essex walking routes cover farmland, small valleys, slight hill climbs, coastal walks, ancient forest and woodland walks. Walking in Essex is suitable for most walkers of any ability and does not require any professional walking accessories, like walking poles or a full rucksack of outdoor gear, specialist trekking clothes or camping equipment, as you are always close to public transport.
Essex walks require no real technical walking clothes but a sensible pair of walking boots or walking shoes are always recommended where the only threat to a thoroughly enjoyable walk would be stinging nettles, the occasional potholes in the ground or muddy pathways.
Please visit the rest of my Walks And Walking website for more detailed walks in Essex and even more UK walks which are all available completely free to read, print, walk and share. You can also post your own walking routes, hiking routes, trekking routes, mountain walks, hill walks, mountain climbs and all other types of outdoor activities on my Walks And Walking Facebook page and also on the Walks And Walking Twitter page.