The Mid Herts Footpaths Society is a local walking group that welcomes people of all ages who want to get out into the wonderful Hertfordshire countryside. Although close to London and other large towns with trunk roads and motorways cutting across the county there is a surprising amount of open countryside. Starting from different locations around Hertfordshire, and sometimes a little beyond, the walks are carefully planned to bring out the very best of the area. You can choose from a 5 mile or 7 mile walk on a Wednesday and up to a 10 mile walk on Sundays. None are particularly demanding as the pace is gentle and the terrain is not too hilly. Note that dogs are not allowed on the walks. New members are always welcome just come along and give it a try. To ensure a hearty welcome please go to contact us to let us know you are coming.
Our Walks

Sunday Walks

Sunday walks Between 5 and 10 miles, either a half day or full day

Wednesday Walks

There are two walks arranged every Wednesday. One is around 7 miles and the other about 5 miles.

Extra walks and holidays

On top of the regular walks, there are occasional evening walks and twice a year there are trips away.

Upcoming walks

Wednesday Short Walk

Wednesday 21st October 2020 in Ayot St. Lawrence – 5 miles


Wednesday Long Walk

Wednesday 21st October 2020 in St. Paul’s Walden at 10.00 – 7 miles.

Sunday All Day Walk

Sunday 25th October 2020 in Whitwell – 10 miles

Wednesday Short Walk

Wednesday 28th October 2020 at Dobbs Weir – 4.5 miles

Wednesday Long Walk

Wednesday 28th October 2020 in Ayot St. Lawrence – 7 miles.

Sunday Afternoon Walk

Sunday 1st November 2020 in Digswell- 5 miles

Following Government guidelines, these walks are only open to members who book in advance and will consist of 6 people including the leader. Extra walks will be arranged if the scheduled walk becomes fully booked.

To book a place on the Short Wednesday Walk call Howard Norfolk on 07768 703201

To book a place on the other walks call Peter Cleasby on 07810 774094.

Please Click Here to read how the Mid Herts Footpaths Society is organising these walks.