Starts from Redbourn Common car park. Shortest circuit 3 miles (5 km).


  • Anticlockwise direction preferred
  • Take care on uncontrolled crossings of the Redbourn bypass B4187
  • All on Rights of Way, generally very good surface (although some fields can be rough)
  • Beaumont Hall is reputedly the oldest building in Redbourn (15C)
  • ‘Bohemia’ is an extraordinary new property
  • *These paths are as likely to be ploughed or cropped and have ‘difficult’ access from /to the B4187. The ‘outer’ route is preferred
  • An alternative finish is via St Mary’s and Church End
  • Redbourn Museum is open Saturdays and Sundays 14.00 - 17.00 (N.B. subject to change - please check). Admission free but donations welcomed. See their website.

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