Off the broad paths

SWC Walk 259 - Epping Forest Centenary Walk: Manor Park to Epping

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Wanstead Flats

SWC Walk 259 - Epping Forest Centenary Walk: Manor Park to Epping

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Warren Pond

SWC Walk 259 - Epping Forest Centenary Walk: Manor Park to Epping

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Ambresbury Banks Iron Age Hillfort Remains

SWC Walk 259 - Epping Forest Centenary Walk: Manor Park to Epping

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Path through Wanstead Flats

SWC Walk 259 - Epping Forest Centenary Walk: Manor Park to Epping

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Wanstead Flats

SWC Walk 259 - Epping Forest Centenary Walk: Manor Park to Epping

11-Jul-18 • thomasgrabow on Flickr

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Tree in Highams Park

SWC Walk 259 - Epping Forest Centenary Walk: Manor Park to Epping

11-Jul-18 • thomasgrabow on Flickr

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Epping Forest Centenary Walk: Manor Park to Epping walk

Ordnance Survey Map printer friendly

You can also print out OS Explorer mapping from the Ordnance Survey OS Maps website, which costs about £20 a year.

  1. Choose the map scale.

    The higher the scale, the greater the detail, but the more pages to print.

    The advanced option uses less paper, but is harder to print successfully. If you try it, check that the route at the end of each page continues on the next one without a gap.

    In your browser's Print Preview dialogue, it may help to try:

    • Margins : none/minimum
    • Scaling : fit to page
  2. Print the maps in groups of 10

  3. Wait for the map tiles to load.

  4. Print this group of maps

    Only the maps get printed (not these instructions). 1 map per A4 page.

    On Windows, you can "Print to PDF", then use the PDF on a Kindle or tablet.

    Please let us know if you have any problems

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