The Lea Valley Walk is a 50 mile Regional Route from the Thames to the source of the River Lea in Luton. The Leagrave to East Hyde section is 9 miles long through Luton's parks and attractive countryside in South Bedfordshire. Also you can take a 7 mile circular walk around Someries Castle if you would like a longer walk. The Lea Valley Walk is sign posted and waymarked with the SWAN symbol.
Start/Finish Point: Start at Leagrave Common. End at East Hyde or, if taking the circular walk, Someries Castle. Start Nat GR: TL056247, End Nat GR: TL127178 (East Hyde) or TL119203.
How to get there by car/Parking: From junction 11 of the M1, take the A505 towards Luton. Follow signs to Leagrave Station. Leagrave Common is a little further on. There is car parking at Leagrave Common.
Luton - East Hyde - Chiltern Green (Historical interest)