Having done two short-ish sections of the Forest this walk continues the route from Snaresbrook (Central Line) up in to Bury Wood, but instead of stopping there we'll test a potential section of next years Ancestors Trail walk, past Gilwell Park and down to Enfield Lock (Liverpool Street line) in the Lea Valley. This walk is about 10 miles long but we'll be passing quite close to both Higham's Park and Chingford Stations (also goes in to Liverpool Street). Near the latter there is a lovely pub, The Royal Forest, and the main Info Centre for the Forest. The first part of the route is okay but still challenging for wheelchairs (expect bumps though as it's nearly all dirt paths) but the second part is not wheelchair friendly.
Our walks are perfect for exploring the London countryside and whilst I'll happily point wildlife out, July being a perfect time for flowers and butterflies, the walks are great for a little exercise and just meeting and chatting to people and soaking up the countryside that London has to offer. PS it's going to be hot, so come prepared.
At some point during the walk I'll do a collection for the group with a £2 voluntary donation being suggested.
I'll be at the station and contactable on[masked] if you're a few minutes late and want us to wait for you.
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