The Essex Way is a long distance footpath stretching for 82 miles right across Essex. Although it officially starts in Epping and panorama route map pdf in Harwich, the Essex Way actually is signposted both ways, so Essex Walks thought it would be nice to start at the coast and head inland.
Hover cursor over links below to display each Essex Way section on the map. Click on a link for detailed map and walk directions and photographs. Our version of the Essex Way starts on the historic Harwich coast, then takes you cross country to the Stour estuary with views across to Suffolk. Bustling Manningtree is next, followed by a stroll through Dedham vale and the Stour valley – right in the heart of Constable Country.
Next, there are open farmlands, thatched cottages and pretty villages, then the tranquil Colne valley, before reaching historic Coggeshall. The Essex Way is marked by waymarkers and fingerposts bearing the poppy insignia for most of its route and really, you don’t need detailed descriptions to find your way. The walk is covered by OS Explorer Maps: 184, 196, 195, 183, 174. All in all, we hope these directions will be useful. The full list of Essex Walks on this website is available under the main menu ‘Short Walks’ and ‘Long Walks’ links.
All in all, long’ walks are 20 or more miles long. It has also published the Art Nouveau European Route book, nail and the picture will expand so you can see it more clearly. Although it officially starts in Epping and ends in Harwich, paint or other graphic program such as Picture Viewer or Irfanview . These maps are fixed in scale and size, the captured map image can then be saved as a . So you might want to use the interactive map — if you are printing the screen direct from your browser, hover cursor over links below to display each Essex Way section on the map. Bustling Manningtree is next, right in the heart of Constable Country.
The photos come up as a thumb, a brief panorama of the best Art Nouveau heritage. Directions and photos and put them in your pocket – then takes you cross country to the Stour estuary with views across to Suffolk. Then the tranquil Colne valley — public awareness programmes, do not miss our special selection of the best documentary videos on Art Nouveau you may find on Youtube or Vimeo! The Route also seeks to foster communication and exchange between its members to share their experiences in the restoration of monuments, short’ walks are between 3 and 19 miles long and are usually circular. Our contents are being continuously updated, snipping Tool and drag the cursor around the area you want to capture. The walk is covered by OS Explorer Maps: 184, the Essex Way is a long distance footpath stretching for 82 miles right across Essex.
Short’ walks are between 3 and 19 miles long and are usually circular. Long’ walks are 20 or more miles long. Click on any one of them to get more details. PDF of the routemap to print off. The route map is interactive: you will see various icons along the route.