Harlington Plaque Trail
Tingrith and Harlington Route B
This is one of a series of walks and rides in gently rolling countryside linked to the existing rights of way networks. Although close to major transport corridors, the countryside in this area is often quiet and idyllic. There are views across the fields to distant hills and hedges, with wildlife close at hand. Access End Date 30.09.2008
How To Get There By Public Transport
BY BUS - Telephone Bedfordshire Bus Information Line : 01234 228337, 8.30am – 5pm open 5 days a week or Travel Line 0870 6082608.
BY TRAIN – For timetable information, please telephone National Rail Enquiries 08457 484950.
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How To Get There By Car
Harlington is just off the A5120 to the south of Ampthill, and is located about 1.5 miles from Junction 12 of the M1. The site is to the south of the village on Sundon Road, on the right about 300 metres after the entrance to Dyer’s Hall Farm and at the junction with Harlington Road.
Access from the road is on Sundon Road at its junction with the Harlington Road.
Access and General Information
Length: 5.8 miles (9.4 km)
Access and General Information:
Surface Types: You will walk across a surface of grass or uncultivated earth paths with ruts/mud.
Linear Gradient: The steepest linear gradients are of 1:18 or less.
Cross Falls: The only cross falls recorded are minimal.
Width Restriction: There are no restrictions less than 1000mm.
Steps: None recorded.
Barriers: None recorded.
Refreshments: Harlington (1 mile away) has a selection of pubs and shops.
Public Toilets: None recorded.
Picnic Tables: None recorded.
Seats: None recorded.