We have documented a series of walks around the Stebbing area. All the routes listed here are suitable for walking or running, they are taken from OS maps  and are intended to help and encourage people to get out and exploring our countryside. Routes within the Parish are surveyed each year and all routes will have been walked recently. Wherever possible main roads have been avoided but please do take care even on some of our smaller lanes.

All walks are aimed at walkers, however, most would be suitable for runners, although could get muddy in Winter. The Dunmow Church End and the Lindsell routes are both good 10k runs.

Stebbing Parish Council (SPC) have created a new natural walk at the lower end of Mill Lane playing field called the Kingdom Woodland Walk. It is an area of woodland that the parish council owns that has laid dormant for many a year. We have named it in memory of Michael Kingdom. Please click here for more information or watch this video stebbing-pc.gov.uk/woodlandwalk.mp4


Stebbing Centre  -  2.8 miles

Stebbing South  -  3.25 miles

Stebbing East  -  4.3 miles

Stebbing - Bardflield Saling  -  6 miles

Stebbing - Dunmow Church End  -  6 miles

Stebbing - Brazenhead Farm  -  6 miles

Stebbing - Lindsell  -  6.4 miles

Stebbing - Bardfield Saling via Andrewsfied  -  7.9 miles

Stebbing - Lindsell & Oxen End  -  10.2 miles

Stebbing - Great Bardfield  -  13 miles

Grand Circle  -  16.4 miles

Dunmow Circle  -  20.4 miles

Flitch Way


Below is an online map of footpaths in the area, hard copies of the map are available free at the Village Shop.

For more information on the footpaths or if you want to report an issue with a footpath, please contact Brian Martin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.