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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Tring and Pitstone.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Tring and Pitstone.

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This route has been reviewed by 3 people.

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Reviews - 3

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Is this route good enough? -  Yes (2) No (1)

Problems reported -  Accuracy (2)

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Grid Ref SP9248411434
Lat / Lon 51.79393° / -0.66037°
Easting / Northing 492,484E / 211,434N
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Grid Ref SP9353215704
Lat / Lon 51.83214° / -0.64402°
Easting / Northing 493,532E / 215,704N
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Tripit One's land is

Arable 18.9%
Pasture 51.6%
Urban 22.1%
Water 7.5%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Trevor Jones

23 Jun 2022 Summer

I walked the route after a long period of rain and the Canal towpath was quite slippery.

Route from Tring was quite straightforward. The only issue is ensuring that you cross over the canal bridge from west to east side. I didn't and had to walk an extra 3km to the next crossing point with a much longer raod walk.

Didn't enjoy the last few km as it was initially along a busy road with no pavement then, on pavement, alongside another noisy road.

David Sanderson

16 May 2022 Spring

It seems minor, but was bad enough to make me follow the wrong path. At SP 9174 1301 you are encouraged to follow a path to the left which then turns right around the edge of the woods. The footpath has been diverted and you can still see where it used to be. I've amended the route and reviewed the corrected version in Tripit two.

Richard and Carole

17 Apr 2022 (edited 19 Apr 2022) Spring

Pleasant flat route taking in Canal towpaths, going round local reservoirs.

Pass through the outskirts of Tring before reaching Wendover arm of the Grand Union Canal. Then around the reservoirs that feed the Grand Union. Onto the Grand Union Canal towpath at Marsworth. Heading North, at Manor Farm do not continue on the west bank towpath, cross over the bridge onto the east side and follow canal before turning off right across field to the road. From there follow road into Pitstone.

NOTE: If you use Outdooractive app, take care at Manor farm. Although the GPX file is correct (checked in Ordinance Survey app), Outdooractive may show you continuing on the west side of the canal which means you finish up on the wrong side and cannot access the footpath leading to Pitstone. This means either going back or walking an extra 1/2 mile up the towpath to the next exit point and walk back down the road.

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