Free Walks Leaflets

Free Walks Leaflets

Welcome to our collection of walks leaflets

The downloadable leaflets, further down on this page, are FREE for anyone to use. All we ask is that publishers reprinting any in the Chiltern Society set provide clear credit to the Chiltern Society and note they are strictly NOT for resale.

We also have a specially curated and stunning Seasonal Walks Collection.

Latest Chiltern Society walk to download

Piddington and Cadmore End Common

Free walks leaflets

Take your pick. Use the map above, or the tools below to download your free walk leaflet (PDF).

We are a charity so please help us keep these footpaths open by donating HERE when you download a free Chiltern Society map.

Aston Rowant Discovery Trail

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 Church Lane, Aston Rowant.

Chiltern Way Northern Link – Clappers to Peters Gn

The Northern Link follows the original, superceded, route of the Chiltern Way. From the beech hangers of Sharpenhoe Clappers, you head to the Galley and Warden Hills, from where you get extensive views over Luton. You then thread your way through quiet, remote feeling country with scattered villages and hamlets. There is a view of Luton airport before returning to the rural calm.

Available to buy

50 Great Walks in the Chilterns

A carefully selected collection of 50 favourite walks throughout the Chilterns.

Footpath Maps

View our own range of footpath maps covering all of the Chilterns.

The Chiltern Heritage Trail

A 50 mile circular route, which passes through all 14 parishes of the Chiltern District.

The Chiltern Way & Chiltern Way Extensions

The complete official guide to the circular long-distance path through Beds, Bucks, Herts and Oxon.

More Great Walks in the Chilterns

A fine collection of 25 newly designed walks put together by members of the Chiltern Society.

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