6th December 2015: Chingford to Loughton

Unfortunately Jean, the walk leader, was unable to lead the walk due to a damaged rib so she just met us at the station and handed the walk details to the three of us that had turned up. With no preparation we did our best to follow the directions through parts of Epping Forest after first stopping at the Queen Elizabeth hunting Lodge which was commissioned by Henry VIII and completed in 1543. We managed to get lost a few times but then fortunately found the route again which was quite muddy in parts but had some lovely views over North London. We did get very lost towards the end and had to retrace our steps and follow the last portion of the walk along the road to reach Loughton tube station and return to London.


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