Enfield Island Village to Hadley Wood Greenway
This scenic route takes in some of Enfield’s most picturesque green spaces. Most of the route is ready to ride, including over 2.5 miles of off road paths.
Heading west from Enfield Island Village, the route is largely off road until meeting Hertford Road. It skirts Prince of Wales Field, uses the existing wide pedestrian footbridge over Mollison Avenue and continues off-road beside Turkey Brook. A raised crossing area of Newbury Avenue is in place and wheeling ramps are provided to help cyclists push their bikes over the footbridge leading to Albany Park. Alternatively, a short step-free diversion can be taken via Ordnance Road. The greenway forms part of a leisure loop for joggers and cyclists around the open grassland of Albany Park.
A safe crossing point of Hertford Road sees the route continue west along quiet roads before using the path north of the crematorium ending at the A10. Cyclists not wishing to use the footbridge over the A10 can detour south to the nearby subway. West of the A10 the route continues off-road taking in the natural greenery of Dell’s Field before crossing New River and emerging at Maidens Bridge on Forty Hill.
The route then runs through the beautiful Forty Hall Park and Hilly Fields, together creating over 2 miles of new path for leisure cycling. The final section of the route is currently under construction and heads west from The Ridgeway to Hadley Wood.
- Under Construction
- On Road
- Segregated Cycle Track
- Off Road Cycle Track