Public footpath maps online essex
Finchingfield Brook is to the right, and you follow its meanders back to the village.Climb a stile, cross a plant footbridge, turn right along the right-hand edge of the next field and follow the edge to the left.In the corner, turn right through another hedge gap and turn left to rejoin the track.The track heads gently downhill along the right-hand edge of the next field, goes through a gap into the next field and bears right across it down to a narrow lane.Start: Finchingfield Distance: 5 miles (8 km) Approximate time: 2½ hours Parking: Around The Green at Finchingfield Refreshments: Pubs and cafes at Finchingfield, pubs at Great Bardfield Map: OS Landranger 167 (Chelmsford, Harlow & Bishop's Stortford) Explorer 195 (Braintree & Saffron Walden)The walk starts at the junction of roads by the war memorial on The Green.Facing the pond and church, turn right along the road and, at the end of the green where the road curves slightly left, turn right, at a public footpath sign, on to an uphill tarmac drive.Landowners must also ensure that they restore footpaths after ploughing.
After entering the farmyard, turn left to pass to the right of the house (a former mill), cross a bridge and keep ahead over another footbridge.
Follow the field edge as it curves right and look out for where you bear slightly left to climb a stile.
Continue along the right-hand edge of a field, later veering left diagonally across it to climb a stile.
aren't necessarily exhaustive, and they may not always be accurate as changes to the Right of Way network made between map editions don't make it on the map.
In England and Wales, the local authorities (unitary authorities or counties) are required to maintain a Definitive Map and Statement on paper, which is both definitive and up to date and must be publicly accessible.