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Walk T - Hatton & Warwick

WALK  DESCRIPTION

Starting point:

The Cape of Good Hope public house in Warwick.

The walk and Places of interest:

This is an attractive and varied walk involving meadow, stream and canal. A good part of the route involves private roads and quiet country lanes so it is particularly good for winter walking.

The starting point is the Cape of Good Hope pub. The walk commences along the towpath of the Grand Union Canal past a flight of canal locks, the Hatton Flight. Along the way there are a number of good picnic spots. Towards the top the Hatton Arms pub can be seen.

After a short stretch on the pavement the walk continues through woodland and alongside the Inchford Brook before it is crossed after which is the return through fields and then along Wedgenock Lane back to the Cape of Good Hope pub.

PARKING

Park in the Cape of Good Hope car park.

Permission has been given by the owner or manager for walkers to leave their vehicles in the car park on the understanding that they will patronise the establishment either before or after the walk.

DIVERSIONS

There  are no diversions on this walk.

OBSTRUCTIONS

There  are no obstructions on this walk.

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