Parish Walk - Conger Lane & Crowbush at Toddington

Introduction
Starting in Toddington, a circular walk of approximately 2 miles (3 km), partly following the Icknield Way and passing through an ancient pattern of fields and hedgerows.

This walk is largely over grazing fields so it is firm when the ground is dry, and reasonable after rain. Most fields are used for grazing, so there is always livestock in some fields along the route - dogs need to be kept under close control. The route is stile free, but has seven kissing gates and three staggers. In good weather with firm ground allow about an hour for the walk.

There is restricted and unrestricted on-street parking around the centre of Toddington & Harlington. Other parking is available at the Toddington Village Hall, off Leighton Road, subject to functions.
 

Start/Finish Point
At the old pump on Toddington village green.
 

General Information
Length: 2 miles (3 km)       Time: 2 hours
Stile Free

Refreshments:
There are pubs, shops and cafes in Toddington village centre.
 

Route Description
Click here to download the map and route description.
 

Acknowledgements
© 2005-2015, Tom Chevalier
Suggestions or problems with this route to RoW@chevalier.me.uk
Updated: October 2015