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Chiltern

'... This walk goes out on one such track and then cuts across the valleys climbing to the top and then descending to the bottom ... It returns through Chesham’s backdoor, Lowndes Park,, a ...
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'Chesham nestles amongst beautiful valleys, has unique natural features such as a chalk stream, the River Chess, and is adjacent to the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Our to ...
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Chess Valley Walk ... Chesham Food Trail ... Walking With Buckinghamshire Suffragettes ... Chesham Heritage Trail ... Chesham Outer Ring ... Tylers Hill, Ley Hill & The Chess ... Chesham Bois a ...
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'The walk is set amongst the fields and woods of the beautiful rolling Chiltern Hills, and visits numerous picturesque villages, many of which have points of historic interest.'


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 'This walk runs from the outskirts of High Wycombe to Crowsley Park, near Henley on Thames. The route includes several long sections along the River Thames where you will ...
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Information also available on other access publications for the area including: Walks for all in Oxfordshire; Miles without Stiles; Access on the Ridgeway National Trail and Thames Path National Tr ...
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'You will find long, medium and short distance walks and bike rides, stile-free and easy access walks and plenty of walks starting from rail stations. For most of these routes you can download a le ...
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'The programme includes over 75 guided countryside walks, activities and events including routes centred around nature reserves, iron age hillforts, farms, churches and filming locations. All led b ...
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'And please remember, dozens of detailed Chiltern Society Footpath Maps, covering virtually the whole of the Chilterns, can be found in our online shop.'


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'These walks start on common land. Common land is unusual as the "commoners" have rights to grazing and other activities, such as cutting turf, though they are not the owners of the land.'


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'When I originally started writing up these walks, I didn't really intend them to be used as "route descriptions" for other people to follow. However I am aware that a few people are using them ...
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'... Most are relatively short walks which will take around 2 to 2.5 hours, suitable for both the keen walker and for families seeking to enjoy the area perhaps in conjunction with a drink or meal! ...
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