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The Category Dacorum is a subset of Hertfordshire. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Dacorum which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.


Size (acreage)2000

'With 2,000 acres of mature woodland to explore you can while away the hours amongst our magnificent beeches and mighty oaks.'

Description from

National Trust

See also

Ashridge Boundary Trail [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]



'Berkhamsted lies on the western edge of Hertfordshire, bordering the Chiltern Hills ... Together with the adjoining village of Northchurch it is separated from other towns and villages by lovely countryside, all of it in the Metropolitan Green Belt and much of it classified as being an area of outstanding natural beauty.'



'Contains a number of walks in and around Tring. Each walk has a leaflet which you can download and print out.'



'Part of a countywide programme of free, volunteer - led walks, which aims to help people get outdoors, get more active and reap the benefits. The walks are all sociable and you don't need any special equipment to join in, just comfortable shoes. To register to walk either sign up online at our Website or just turn up a few minutes early for your first walk.'


Distance (miles)134

'It is a wandering, varied and mostly rural way stretching around the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Ordnance Survey are adding it to their maps ...'

Description from

Chiltern Society



'The general area around the reservoirs benefits from an extensive network of public footpaths and canal towpaths.'

Description from

Herts Bird Club


Distance (miles)12

'A steady climb of a little more than 300 feet (100 metres) in the first part of the walk, a couple of short sections of it quite steep. One steep descent (with easier alternative routes).'

Description from

Simon’s Walks

See also

ALERT The original posted here no longer seems easily accessible online, so I have Linked instead to a blog posting covering an alternative route.



'Explore the beautiful rolling countryside of the Ver Valley through a new series of eight circular walks and the linear trail ... a 17 mile (27km) linear walking route starting from the source of the River Ver at Kensworth Lynch, Bedfordshire and ending at the confluence with the River Colne in Bricket Wood, Hertfordshire.'

Description from

Ver Valley Society

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