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A guidebook to 35 walks in the Chiltern Hills of southern England. These chalk hills and ancient woodlands stretch from Reading and the Thames valley through Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire to Luton. Walking in the Chilterns - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - for walkers of all abilities, with walks from 4 to 12 miles long.
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The Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty heads north-east from the River Thames at Goring through Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. Combining great views, rolling hills, beechwoods, riverside walks and pretty villages with easy access from London, it’s a popular destination for walkers.
This 833-square kilometre area of southern England is criss-crossed by 2000 kilometres of straightforward, well-defined footpaths and bridleways, and the walks in this guide use many of them to offer excellent walking for most ages and abilities.
This guide describes a varied collection of day walks, from 4 to 12 miles long, right across this much-loved area.
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|Plants and wildlife|
|Where to stay|
|Getting to and around the Chilterns|
|Food and drink|
|Walking in the Chilterns|
|Waymarking, access and rights of way|
|Using this guide|
|1 North of Luton|
|Walk 1 Harlington and Sharpenhoe Clappers|
|Walk 2 Barton-le-Clay, Hexton and Barton Hills|
|Walk 3 Pirton and Pegsdon Hills|
|2 Dunstable to Berkhamsted|
|Walk 4 Whipsnade, Studham and the Dunstable Downs|
|Walk 5 Ivinghoe Beacon, Ivinghoe and Pitstone|
|Walk 6 Grand Union Canal, Pitstone Hill and Aldbury|
|Walk 7 Grand Union Canal and Tring Park|
|Walk 8 Great Gaddesden|
|Walk 9 Berkhamsted, Nettleden and Little Gaddesden|
|3 Wendover to Stokenchurch|
|Walk 10 Cholesbury and Hawridge|
|Walk 11 Wendover and The Lee|
|Walk 12 Wendover, Ellesborough, Chequers and Coombe Hill|
|Walk 13 Whiteleaf Hill and Great Kimble|
|Walk 14 Bledlow and Radnage|
|Walk 15 Lacey Green, Speen and Bryant’s Bottom|
|Walk 16 Great Hampden|
|Walk 17 Great Missenden and Chartridge|
|4 Amersham to High Wycombe|
|Walk 18 Chenies, Latimer and the River Chess|
|Walk 19 Little Missenden, Penn Wood and Penn Street|
|Walk 20 Hughenden, Bradenham and West Wycombe|
|Walk 21 Penn and Coleshill|
|5 Watlington and Nettlebed|
|Walk 22 Christmas Common and Watlington Hill|
|Walk 23 Turville, Skirmett and Fingest|
|Walk 24 Pishill and Stonor|
|Walk 25 Pishill, Cookley Green and Russell’s Water|
|Walk 26 Ewelme and Swyncombe|
|Walk 27 Checkendon and Stoke Row|
|Walk 28 Hailey and Grim’s Ditch|
|Walk 29 Nettlebed and Nuffield|
|Walk 30 Greys Green, Rotherfield Greys and Greys Court|
|6 Along the Thames|
|Walk 31 Hambleden, Medmenham and the River Thames|
|Walk 32 Henley-on-Thames and Middle Assendon|
|Walk 33 South and North Stoke and Grim’s Ditch|
|Walk 34 Goring-on-Thames and Cray’s Pond|
|Walk 35 Whitchurch Hill and Mapledurham|
|Appendix A Route summary table|
|Appendix B Useful contacts|