Trent Country Park - Monday, 19 Apr 2021
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  • Distance: 8 km (5 miles)
  • Grading: Easy
  • Rating: 2 out of 10
  • Ascent: 80 m
  • Hiking time: About 2 to 3 hours of actual hiking

This walk is covered by our Club's insurance. Our Club is registered on The British Mountaineering Council (BMC)

Transport & Meeting Point

We'll meet at Cockfosters Station (Picadilly Line, zone 6) at 10:30 am and leave the meeting point at 10:45 am. You can access this station with your Oyster card.



Trent Country Park lies in 413 acres of rolling meadows, enchanting brooks, exquisite lakes, ancient woodland, and imposing historical sites. It forms part of London's Green Belt and being a country park it provides a natural, rural and tranquil atmosphere right on the outskirts of London on the borders of Enfield. Rarity and distinctiveness lend the landscape an unusual beauty.

The ghost of Geoffrey De Mandeville, Earl of Sussex and Hertfordshire and Constable of the Tower of London has been haunting the Moat since the 12th Century. He was arrested for treason and hid his treasure down a very deep well which he guards. Many have tried to find the well but so far none have succeeded


Piccadilly line underground trains run frequently to Cockfosters, which is in Travelcard Zone 6. Allow at least 40 minutes if travelling from central London.


We will stop during the hike for a snack lunch so please bring food and drink. We will visit a pub after the hike where we can get refreshments.


  • Members: Free
  • No Members: £10

For more info please visit our website or ask Maria: 07535 295 739.

What to Bring

  • Suitable hiking clothes & hiking footwear, ideally hiking boots
  • Water (at least 1 and ideally 2 litres)
  • Packed lunch/picnic
  • Money for drinks and refreshments after the hike

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