A circular walk starting at Toddington village green. The full distance is approximately three and a half miles, or you can take a short cut, making the walk about two miles long.
The A5120 passes through Toddington which is just under a mile south west of junction 12 of the M1.
There is restricted and unrestricted on-street parking around the centre of Toddington. Other parking is available at the Village Hall, off Leighton Road, subject to functions.
This is a circular walk starting and finishing at Toddington Village Green.
Length: 3½ miles (5½ km)
Surface Types: You will walk across hard, firm surfaces with no stones greater than 5mm, to hard but variable surfaces with loose, variable sized stones, to grass or uncultivated earth paths with and without ruts, to cultivated farmland.
Linear Gradients: The steepest linear gradient is steeper than 1:6.
Cross Falls: You will encounter cross falls 1:9 and steeper.
Width Restrictions: There are no width restrictions less than 1000mm.
Steps: There is a maximum step height of 400mm at the steps on and off the bridge over the River Flit.
Barriers: There are two 2-way opening gates with a width of greater than 750mm, five kissing gates with a restriction of less than 1000mm, nine 1-way opening gates with a width greater than 750mm and two staggered barriers with a minimum restriction of less than 950mm.
Refreshments: There are pubs in Toddington and Fancott, and shops and cafes in Toddington village centre.
Public Toilets None recorded.
Picnic Tables: None recorded.
Seats: On Toddington village green.
© 2005-2012, Tom Chevalier
Suggestions or problems with this route to RoW@chevalier.me.uk
Updated: 20 May 2012