Arlesey is a Bedfordshire village situated in the Hiz valley within easy reach from Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and beyond, by bus, train or car.
The walks range from 1-43/4 miles, and one of 9 miles for the energetic walker. Good public houses plus small shops on most routes. The walks pass local rivers, a medieval bridge, lakes and a large country house and have a wide range of wildlife to observe.
The walks were put together by locals for locals, and for people further afield to enjoy the varied countryside around a village listed in the Doomsday Book. All the walks are easy walking.
One pleasant riverside walk (No.2) is easy access with blue badge parking close by and disabled fishing facilities. Good bus and train services to walk starting points – parking is always close by.
If you have been on any of the walks why not send us your comments to help future development.
Using the web site
On every walks page you will see icons under the title. These icons provide information about each walk. Pausing your mouse over an icon will give feedback or if you have a screen reader the text will be spoken. Once you have used the site these will become second nature
distance of walk
public transport facilities
refreshments available (may be pub or shop)
Downloadable walk guide
Many of the walks start or end near a public house
The walks are covered by Ordnance Survey Landranger No 153 and Explorer No 193.
Where footpaths leave the highway they are identified by a finger post. All other paths are waymarked with yellow or blue discs. Permissive paths are also marked.
Please respect the needs of wildlife and other visitors by keeping dogs on a lead and under close control. Note that cattle may be grazing the meadows.