A more challenging walk through woods and fields that also has a couple of more gentle options. The highlight is a visit to the fairly recently planted Penn Diamond Jubilee Wood and the opportunity to sample the food and drink…
A choice of stile-free walks between 5 and 8 miles that visit Aldbury, Ashridge and Tring Park. Easy walking on good paths with some hills.
A 5.9 mile route that explores the many paths and trails from Lane End. There are some outstanding views. 180m of ascent.
This undulating stile free 5.5 walk explores the Chilterns countryside around the south Oxfordshire village of Binfield Heath. Look out for historic cottages, a former deer park and evidence of past brick making. There is also plenty of flora and…
A lovely 5 miles stile-free walk that explores the hills and woodlands that overlook the beautiful market town of Henley-on-Thames. The first section of the walk is across high parkland with excellent views, the return is through woodland. One of…
The parish of Kimpton is criss-crossed by an extensive of public rights of way, some of them dating from pre-Roman times. This 5.2 miles walk explores the farmland north of the village which is rich in wildlife and there are…
Nettlebed is in the midst of the Chilterns and a beautiful place for walking. This 6 mile walk has no stiles or kissing gates. It passes through Warburg Nature Reserve, best known for its dormouse population. There is a visitor…
This 6 mile stile free walk initially follows the ancient Ridgeway with stunning views from the top of Pitstone Hill before returning through the beautiful woodland of the National Trust’s Ashridge Estate. One of a series of Social Distancing walks.
This 5.1 mile stile free walk quickly leaves Prestwood and uses some of the less frequented paths to enjoy the beautiful countryside in the surrounding area. One of a series of Social Distancing walks.
This 5 mile stile free walk takes in some great views of the urban landscape, valleys and woodland to the north and west of the historic town of Berkhamsted. One of a series of Social Distancing walks
5.7 miles, with c900ft of ascent over the length of the walk. A moderately demanding walk, with one fairly steep descent and two moderate ascents. One stile. Look out for the painted waymarkers on the trees.
Long walk: 11 km (7 miles), allow 3 hours. Short walk: 9 km (5½ miles), allow 2½ hour. Pub walk: 2½ km (1½ miles), allow 1 hour. Start and finish: Harlington, Beds.
Circular walks from 6½ to 16 km (4 to 10 miles), 2 to 5 hours. Start and finish: Goring or Streatley.
This 8 km (5 mile) walk to the east of Chesham, explores the network of paths in beautiful rolling countryside lying between Chesham and the cluster of villages of Tylers Hill, Ley Hill and Botley.
Long walk: 8½ km (5¼ miles) gentle hills, no stiles. Allow 2½ hours. Short walk: 2¾ km (1¾ miles) fairly flat, no stiles. Allow 1 hour. Start and finish: The Red Lion, Offley.
Moderate walk: 5 miles, linear shared path for walkers, cyclists and wheelchair users. Start: Thame centre. Finish: Princes Risborough centre.
5.5 miles, with c130m of ascent. An easy walk with one steep climb and one steep descent.
5.8 miles with 250ft of ascent. An easy walk with two gentle climbs and one steep descent.
Circular Walk: 3 miles (5½ km). Allow 2½ hours. Station to Station Walk: 5½ miles (9 km). Allow 3 hours. Start and finish: Seer Green & Jordans station / Beaconsfield station.
5.5 miles, with shorter 2.2 and 2.9 mile options. An easy flat walk, mostly on good surfaces but with some muddy sections after rain.
Long walk: 15 km (9½ miles). Allow 4 hours. Medium walks: 7 and 9 km (4½ and 5½ miles). Allow 2 and 3 hours. Start and finish: Studley Green, Bucks.
5.8 miles, with c110m of ascent A moderate walk, with the main climb at the start. Can be muddy in places. Four stiles.
5 miles. A moderate walk, with c600ft of ascent over its length. No stiles. There is a more strenuous option which adds an extra 160ft of ascent.
5.5 miles, with c600ft of ascent. A moderate walk with some fairly short ascents and descents. It can be muddy in places. Eight stiles.
Water and Woods Walk: 6 miles (10 km), allow 3 hours. The Water Walk: 3 miles (5½ km), allow 1½ hours. Start and finish: Bourne End station, Bucks.
This 9.7 km (6 mile) walk starts at Chalfont & Latimer station and finishes at Chesham, both on the Metropolitan Line. Several interesting waypoints are all described in the leaflet, including the sites of: a 1st century Roman villa, a…
Long walk: 8 km (5 miles), allow 2½ hours. Short walk: 4 km (2½ miles), allow 1¼ hours. Start and finish: The Full Moon, Hawridge Common, nr Chesham, Bucks.
5.5 miles, with c150m of ascent over the length of the walk. A moderate walk, mostly on paths and bridleways, and some lanes.
5.5 miles with 630ft of ascent. A moderate walk with three climbs.
Short walk: 2½ miles (4km), undulating farmland, allow 1¼ hours. Moderate walk: 6 miles (10km), undulating farmland, allow 3 hours. Start and finish: Car Park at the junction of Friendless Lane & Mill Lane.
2½ miles, 3 miles or 6 miles each starting and finishing at Christmas Common. There is no longer any common land at Christmas Common. On these walks you will discover local history and see features of landscape archaeology indicating where…
Short walk: 2 miles (3.5km) hills, woodland, stiles, allow 1 hour. Longer walk: 5½ miles (9km) hills, woodland, several stiles, allow 2½ hours. Start and finish: Chinnor Village Centre.
This leaflet contains four trails; one in the town and three in the surrounding countryside. Chocolate, bread, the Chesham Sausage, local honey and many other surprises are to be found in town. In the countryside the visitor will find apple…
Short walk: 3.2 km (2 miles) up and down hill, no stiles, allow 1 hour. Long route: 8 km (5 miles) rolling countryside, 2 stiles, allow 2 hours. Start and finish: The Lilley Arms, Lilley.
5 miles with 290ft of ascent. A gentle walk with one easy climb. Woodland paths can be muddy at times.
5.7 miles, with c140m of ascent. An easy walk, with two gentle climbs and one steep descent.
5.2 miles, with c150m of ascent. An undulating walk with three moderate climbs and one steep descent
Short walk: 2 miles (3km), no stiles, allow 45 mins.Wheelchair friendly. Medium walk: 4 miles (6km), no stiles, allow 1½ hours. Long walk: 6 miles (10km), no stiles, allow 2½ hours. Start and finish: Berkhamsted Railway Station.
Long walk: 8 km (5 miles), allow 2½ hours. Short walk: 3 km (2 miles), allow 1 hour. Start and finish: The Greyhound, Chesham Road, Wigginton, Herts.
Short walk: 6½ km (4 miles), allow 2 hours. Long walk: 10 km (6 miles), allow 3 hours. Start and finish: Tring Railway Station, Aldbury.
This download includes map, description and 5-page illustrated guide to the route. Shorter route: 5¼ miles (8.5 km), allow 2½ hours. With extension to pub and hotel: 6¼ miles (10 km), allow 2¾ hours. Start and finish: The Green or…