27 October 2013: Lee Valley

Seven of us started from Cheshunt station in good weather to explore the Lee Valley Park. A landscape of old gravel pits, now a haven for wildfowl and otters (so the notice boards claimed), is interwoven with surfaced footpaths (boots hardly necessary). We took a diversion to a bird-watching hide at Hall Marsh Scrape, before heading down to Waltham Abbey. At this point your correspondent made an early exit via the Lee Valley White Water Centre, but I’m sure the others had a good time later on, which I imagine included tea at some point.


River Lee Navigation

River Lee Navigation

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