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Distance

5.69 mi

Elevation gain

69 ft

Technical difficulty

Moderate

Elevation loss

69 ft

Max elevation

309 ft

Trailrank

22 5

Min elevation

181 ft

Trail type

Loop
  • Video of Canfield Walks: Three Churches and a Windmill

Coordinates

538

Uploaded

August 14, 2017

Recorded

August 2017
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309 ft
181 ft
5.69 mi

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near Great Canfield, England (United Kingdom)

This 5.7 mile walk starts at St Mary's church, Great Canfield and along the way visits the churches of Aythorpe Roding and High Roding and the Aythorpe Roding windmill. It uses roads, public footpaths and a bridleway. The track has been amended in 2017 for recent diversions to a public footpath.

This is not a particularly short walk, it crosses open country, and surfaces can be uneven and rutted. Clothing should be appropriate to these conditions, and, as always, to the weather. Walking boots with good ankle support are strongly recommended.

The video shows views along this walk. Walking conditions do vary over time and features may have become unsafe (e.g. a broken stile) and these should be avoided. In such cases it is worth taking a look around to see if a detour has been provided that can be used in safety.

Note: the image can be enlarged by clicking on the symbol in the top right hand corner, and the scale expanded or shrunk by use of the sliding scale on the left (or of a mouse wheel). Of the maps in the dropdown menu "More maps", the OpenStreetMap and OpenCycleMap are particularly useful.

For technical reasons the altitude table shows levels that are erroneously low for part of the last mile of the walk.

For an alternative approach at the the windmill part of the route, please see https://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=18672116.

1 comment

  • simonchodge Aug 12, 2019

    I have followed this trail  verified  View more

    Very good walk although last kilometre is on road

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