The Hertfordshire Way is a multi-day walking route around Hertfordshire, taking in the highlights and green delights of the county.
The total length is 194 miles, which is fully waymarked in the anti-clockwise direction, or with two optional routes reducing the possible length to 168 miles.
The theme of the walks it to enjoy the countryside, so the route keeps to the open farmland and woods of the shire and away from the many towns; except that it does begin and end in Royston, and visits Hertfordshire’s secular and ecclesiastical capitals – the City of St Albans and the county own, Hertford, and visits Bishop’s Stortford.
The walk was planned and is cared for by The Friends of the Hertfordshire Way, who are affiliated to the Ramblers Association.
- Hertfordshire Way article on Wikishire