Ivinghoe Beacon to Knettishall Heath
a 110 mile walk along the oldest road in Britain

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Stag Walkers, a Ramblers group based in Hertfordshire aimed primarily at younger people (20s and 30s and beyond!) are planning to walk the Icknield Way Path this year on a series of linear walks. Our first leg took place on 19th January from Ivinghoe Beacon, finishing with a diversion to Totternhoe.
The rest of our intended programme is as follows:

Part 2. Totternhoe to Toddington - 23rd February (9 miles)
Part 3. Toddington to Warden Hill - 1st March (10 miles)
Part 4. Warden Hill to Letchworth - 21st March (13 miles)
Part 5. Letchworth to Royston - 5th April (16 miles)
Part 6. Royston to Great Chesterford - 17th May (13 miles)
Part 7. Great Chesterford to Dullingham - 27th June (19 miles)
Part 8. Dullingham to Kentford - 18th July (14.5 miles)
Part 9. Kentford to Icklingham - 23rd August (10.5 miles)
Part 10. Icklingham to Knettishall Heath - 19th September (14.5 miles)

Full details of each walk will be published in due course at
https://www.ramblers.org.uk/stag-walkers or contact Stag Walkers Planning Team
All are welcome to join us - non-members of Ramblers are welcome to try us out for two or three walks before joining Ramblers as a full member.


Our 2019 AGM was held at the Gazeley Village Hall, Gazeley, near Newmarket at 2pm on Saturday 12h October at 2pm, following a morning walk which started from the Hall at 10.30am


Click here to view ITV Anglia’s Countryside Dog Walk in East Anglia in Dalham featuring IWA member Phil Prigg talking about the Icknield Way.


Tony Robinson: Walking Britain’s Ancient Tracks - The Icknield Way

The first programme in this new series was shown on Channel 4 on Saturday 15 October and featured the Icknield Way.

Follow this link http://www.channel4.com/programmes/britains-ancient-tracks-with-tony-robinson if you missed it.


Ramblefest website

Although a useful site for accommodation and services along most long-distance footpaths, this site has repeatedly failed to remove misleading comments about the availability of our Guide Book from its website, marking it as out of print and leading to the unwary purchasing out of date versions from Amazon at inflated prices.  Use with care.