Mental Health Week: Campus Walks
As its Mental Health Week, we’re encouraging you all to take advantage of the benefits of getting outside and enjoying nature. If you have been struggling with your mental health over lockdown, it is so important to get outside now that things are slowly starting to open again.
And if you are looking to get outside and enjoy nature to clear your head, lift your mood or brighten your day, the University campuses are the perfect place for just that. Our campuses are surrounded by plenty of open green spaces, and we also have some great natural spots and walks you can enjoy too.
below at the different walks we have on our campuses, that will enable you to get out and to learn more about the University and its heritage.
Take a self-guided tour of our campus, by using the map below, and enjoy the biodiversity of our gardens, plant-life and green spaces here at the University.
Download our map and enjoy a self-guided tour to appreciate the wonderful sculptures we have on campus.
If you’re interested in finding out more about our aeronautical heritage, the Heritage Trail is the one for you. You’ll find out lots about the University’s history and view sights connecting back to our past that can still be found on
Do you every fancy going for a walk and talk around campus but feel stuck for who to go with? Well, we have the perfect solution for you with our walk and talk club. Sign up and we will arrange a time that suits you to go for a walk with a member of our Dean of Students team.
To view more events taking place on campus, check out our Herts events calendar.
If you are looking to go further afield, there are loads of great natural spaces and walking routes at your fingertips in Hertfordshire, as the county is known for its beautiful countryside, scenery and diverse nature and wildlife. To give you a few ideas, we’ve put together the Top 10 walks in Herts so you can start to explore the surrounding areas!
And remember, we love to see your photos! So, if you’re out and about on campus or in the local area, post a snap on your social media and tag us @UniOfHerts!