The Garden City Greenway is a 13.6 mile (21.8km) route around Letchworth suitable for walkers, runners, cyclists and more to enjoy. The route also covers a number of local wildlife and nature spots for people to enjoy while on the route.
Looking to walk the Garden City Greenway?
With the Greenway being busy, remember to follow the Greenway Code so everyone can enjoy it. Whether you are a cyclist, dog owner or jogger, please think of others.
We maintain the Garden City Greenway. Our main actions on the Greenway are:
- Cutting and pruning of trees, hedges and coppices around the Greenway,
- Planting and renewing of hedges and trees,
- Maintaining the Greenway route,
- Maintain the benches, furniture and signage around the Greenway
Where can I park my car?
There are four car parks located around the Garden City Greenway. These are situated at Radwell Meadows* (off Nortonbury Lane), Manor Wood, Wymondley Wood (off Wymondley Road), and at Standalone Farm.
*Please be aware that Radwell Meadows car park is only open from 8am to 9pm between 31 March and 31 October and 8am to 8pm between 1 November and 30 March.
Is the route accessible for wheelchair users?
Various stretches of the Garden City Greenway is suitable for wheelchairs. These sections are represented by red or light purple on the Greenway map.
Can I cycle around the Greenway?
The majority of the Garden City Greenway is suitable for cyclists. Please refer to the map for further details.
Are there any picnic areas or places on the route where I can stop to consume refreshments?
There are picnic areas situated at Radwell Meadows and Manor Wood.
If you are looking for something more substantial there are a number of pubs within a short distance of the route. Please refer to the Greenway map for locations.
Can I use the route for a charity walk?
Yes, the MS Trust and Letchworth Garden City Rotary Club have previously used the Garden City Greenway for fundraising walks and cycle rides. The Greenway provides an interesting route for walkers, and a number of open spaces for organisers and refreshments.
To find out more about using the route for charitable activities please email email@example.com
Where can I pick up a published copy?
You can obtain a copy of our Garden City Greenway leaflet, which incorporates a large map, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact name and address so we can send you copy directly.
How can I report a problem that I have noticed on the route?
Please let us know about any problems you have encountered when using the Garden City Greenway. Please telephone 01462 530350 or email email@example.com