Walking, even a short distance a few times a week, is good for you. Recent studies have shown that people who walk for 30 minutes etc etc [include something about health outcomes but also wellbeing]
In this section you’ll find details of the ten Thurrock 100 walks and the interesting places in each area. Each walk is around ten miles in length, with a variety of terrain from country footpaths and bridleways to roads and pavements in more urban settings. Don’t feel you have to walk all ten miles to take part: you are welcome to walk as far as you like whether that’s 100m or the full ten miles.
Click on the links below for a description of each walk, with the landmarks along the way, an interactive map and a downloadable version you can take with you.
All the walks will be led by trained walk leaders. You will need to register in order to take part.
TOP TIPS FOR WALKING
- Walk as far as you like – you don’t have to walk the whole route!
- Wear appropriate footwear – sturdy trainers should be fine, but walking shoes or boots are better!
- Bring a bottle of water and a snack.
- Please bring sunscreen and a hat if it’s hot.
- You are welcome to bring well-behaved dogs, but please keep them on a short lead and clean up after them.