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5. Wilbury Hills A fine walk, passing through the boundaries of Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. Makes for a good day out in the countryside and includes varied terrain and views. Sights include Scots Pine trees at Wilbury Hills and an old tramway on the path to Ickleford village. 6 Main route Alternative route Permissive route River Hiz A507 Ho use Lan e Sto tfol dR oad Pix Brook PH PH Etonbury Wood 07 High Street School A5 River Hiz Waterloo Farm 07 PH A5 Station PH Church 6. Pix & Ivel A riverside walk along the Pix brook, crossing the Kingfisher Way and on to farmland and along the banks of the River Ivel. This walk of four miles can be varied each time by using the four optional routes suggested. 7. Cityfield Farm An easy walk passing over a good firm track with disused gravel workings along the route, now a home for wildlife. Watch out for Kingfishers along the river. At the River Hiz crossing you pass the site of one of the mills mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086. The millrace can still be seen in the water. 8. Poppy Hill This walk takes in the Henlow Bridge Meadows and riverside walks passing Henlow Grange, a period house (now a health farm). Cross the River Ivel and make for the footbridge to cross the East Coast railway line towards Toplers Hill. Returning via Vine Farm following the Kingfisher way along the River Ivel back to Arlesey railway station. Images: Steve Maddox The Kingfisher Way This has long been an established walk and runs from Baldock through Stotfold and the north of Arlesey up through Henlow to Langford and beyond. The Hicca Way The footpath, was opened in July 2012 and will take you from Henlow Bridge Lakes next to Arlesey station, south on the west side of Arlesey, through Ickleford, onto Hitchin and Charlton where it finishes. Some even get on a train and walk back from Hitchin. Leaflets on the walk are now available from the Resource Centre in Arlesey. The opening of the Hicca Way in July was the culmination of many years work by members of ACORN. For more information about the Hicca Way please contact Roger Watson on 01462 731963 Leaflets about the walks are available with all the maps. We have maps for five of the eight walks here. For more informati