It's time to prepare our next walks programme and we are inviting all our existing leaders and hopefully some new ones to submit walks for the programme, which runs from the 1st April to the 31st July 2019.
You can find help under the Walking menu at the top of the this page and this includes.
- Maps of walks we've recently completed (useful for car parks and lunch stops).
- Maps of Hertfordshire and Chiltern Way walks (not all of these are suitable for group walks, but many are).
- Lists of books and web sites giving walks in our area.
Walk Leader Help
- A create a walk page which allows you to dynamically create routes on a map and save them.
- Guidance notes for walk leaders.
- Car parks that have been used by other groups.
- Links to County Council definitive maps of rights of way.
You can submit your walks online. To do this you must have an acount and be logged in. Once logged in you can submit walks from the My Account menu. It's a simple form and you can enter more than one walk, save them and submit when you are ready.
From the My Account menu you can also see a calendar of the next programme which will show you which dates are still free and where other leaders have chosen to walk.
If you don't have an account registering is a simple process, select login from the main menu then press the Don't have an account button and follow the instructions. (Registration will take a day or two)
You can still submit walks using email or post. Return the form you were sent in the email to the walks organiser listed on the form. You can get another form in either Word or pdf formats by clicking the links below.
Which ever way you submit your walk you must agree to allow us to publish your name and a contact number in our walks programme. We cannot accept your walk without this consent.
The closing date for walks submission is the 10th February.
As a group we are dependant on our walk leaders and are always looking for new ones. If you've never led a walk please consider it, perhaps share a walk with another new leader and you can always approach an existing leader or the walks organiser for help.