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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Cheshunt and Epping.

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Grid Ref TL3589002220
Lat / Lon 51.70228° / -0.03491°
Easting / Northing 535,890E / 202,220N
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Grid Ref TL4619301556
Lat / Lon 51.69373° / 0.11380°
Easting / Northing 546,193E / 201,556N
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Cheepp Two's land is

Arable 39.1%
Other agricultural land 2.1%
Pasture 35.9%
Urban 15.4%
Water 7.6%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



11 Feb 2023 Winter

We started this walk from Cheshunt station so missed the first stretch down Windmill Lane. Looking back from the staion it seems to be a fairly quiet road with good pavement on either side.
Through the River Lea park the walk is easy to follow and excellent for spotting bird life, at the far side there is major work being undertaken but it doesn’t interfere with the route. On turning off Fishers Green Lane onto the footpath it immediately becomes very muddy. The path runs along the bottom of the field and is almost level with the river – I have walked along here a couple of times and it has always been very wet. Crossing the B194 requires a bit of care as the traffic moves very fast.
The next section along the bridleway was extremely muddy in places and at one point impassable due to flooding, fortunately we were able to clamber into an adjacent field and skirt the problem. Turning off onto what is marked a track we encountered more mud – the track seems to be used mainly by tractors which have churned up the ground considerably – we walked along the field edge next to the track. After this there is a bit of walking on tarmaced road. Breach Barns Lane has no pavement but is relatively quiet however you may need to step into the verge to avoid traffic as it is so narrow.
When you turn off the lane the path becomes confusing, you have to walk down what looks like a dead-end between buildings and then through back gardens, waste ground and around the edge of greenhouses before finding a public footpath sign at the edge of a field. The path then runs through fields (look out for the temple to the right and obelisk to the left) until you come to Fernhall Lane. A bit more road walking on quiet lanes and then a very long track. From here the route is easy up and down slopes until you turn off Copped Hall onto another footpath – while the slow ways route shows it as straight line, don’t miss the point where you need to cut left through a hedge into another field which leads uphill towards the M25. Around the B1393 High Road the route becomes unclear again and where it suggests a crossing we didn’t think was safe so walked along until oppsite the cricket club before attempting to cross what is a very busy road – you might want to continue further and cross at traffic lights since the walk then follows a path alongside the road for a while before cutting down through woodland towards Epping. The footpath leading to Epping station has a flight of uneven concrete steps so if you want to avoid those you would need to continue a bit further along the road and double back along Station Road.
There are no shops or conveniences along the route but probably are at either end though we didn't see them.

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