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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Buckinghamshire

'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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Category Chiltern

'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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Category Chiltern

'The area was originally a gravel works, but has now been transformed into an attractive parkland setting covering 200 acres which is welcoming to visitors and encourages peace and relaxation ... T ...
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Category Milton Keynes

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Category South Bucks

'Features a diverse range of guided walks designed to help residents enjoy the city’s wealth of beautiful green spaces on foot. The walks range from gentle strolls through new parkland areas up to ...
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Category Milton Keynes

'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 tha ...
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Category Chiltern

'It goes through very varied countryside taking in rivers, canals, woods, pastures and arable fields as well as visiting many Buckinghamshire towns and villages; always with views of either the Chi ...
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Category Aylesbury Vale

'The Bernwood Jubilee Guidebook will help you discover, experience, explore and appreciate the "lost heritage" and quality of the surrounding landscape. Using the 'Bernwood Jubilee Way' as ...
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Category Aylesbury Vale

'Set-up to increase the bio-diversity of the area by cutting back scrub and opening up the canopy to encourage the undergrowth to flourish. Creating additional habitats for insects, reptiles, small ...
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Category Aylesbury Vale

'The Public are welcome to attend Local Access Forum Meetings, held 3-4 times per year.'


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Category Buckinghamshire

'While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the data presented, we cannot guarantee that the data will always be accurate and complete. The data is intended to be viewed at a scale ...
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Category Buckinghamshire

The Bucks Earth Heritage Group 'consists of people from many backgrounds: geologists, biologists, archaeologists, planners, museum staff, conservancy and many interested local people and f ...
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Category Buckinghamshire

'The Beeches attracts around 585,000 visitors a year, who appreciate its tranquillity as well as its rich diversity of habitats and wildlife. Burnham Beeches has been a valuable recreation ...
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Category South Bucks

'... 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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Category Chiltern

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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Category Chiltern

'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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Category Chiltern

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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Category Chiltern

'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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Category Chiltern

'The walk begins in the village of Fingest, Bucks, postcode RG9 6QD, not far from Henley-on-Thames. There is a favourite "cultural" route via the M4 and Marlow but it can easily be reached from Hen ...
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Category Wycombe

'Follow the Grafton Way from Wolverton, Milton Keynes to Greens Norton in Northamptonshire. The walk starts following the Grand Union Canal to Cosgrove before heading into the countryside ...
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Category Milton Keynes

'This circular ride passes through a nature reserve and wildfowl centre on its way to a tour of the Saxon manors of Hanslope'


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Category Milton Keynes

'Runs from the end of the Ridgeway Path at Ivinghoe Beacon, near Tring, to the start of the Peddar's Way at Knettishall Heath, near Thetford, for 110 miles (177 km), split into ei ...
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Category Aylesbury Vale

'The Icknield Way has been a recognised regional route for walkers since 1992. In 2004 it was further developed into a multi-use route so that most of the route is also available for horse riders a ...
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Category Aylesbury Vale

'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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Category Chiltern

'There is a steep ascent to Ivinghoe Beacon and an even steeper descent to Aldbury. Otherwise the route is completely flat (along the canal) or has very gentle ascents and descents.'


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Category Aylesbury Vale

Details of three walks: [1] A Glimpse of the Promised Land - - - : [2] The Speen Alps - - - : [3] The Llamas the Windmill and the Wardrobes.


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Category Wycombe

Walk devised as part of the 2006 'Centenary Celebration of the Building and Development of Gerrards Cross'.


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Category South Bucks

'Our Group was founded in 1976 and is a friendly, active local walking group covering a large area west of London. New members are most welcome – please see the membership information on the Contac ...
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Category Buckinghamshire

The 13.4 miles Saturday Walkers Club walk is available also in the book Time Out Country Walks Near London Volume 2 (2011). It follows the Thames Path for the first 5 miles before going in ...
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Category Wycombe

'The originator was Christopher Meredith, and it was developed in conjunction with the Milton Keynes Borough Council, local groups of the Long Distance Walkers Association and Ramb ...
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Category Milton Keynes

'The Parks Trust is the independent charity that owns and cares for many of Milton Keynes parks and green spaces. This adds up to 5,000 acres of river valleys, woodlands, lakesides, parks ...
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Category Milton Keynes

'VisitOlney is a tourist information website for Olney in Buckinghamshire, UK; where visitors can enjoy historic buildings, a wealth of independent shops and a wide selection of pubs, cafe ...
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Category Milton Keynes

'Discover the beauty and history of the North Buckinghamshire Countryside and its once thriving industrial heritage.'


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Category Aylesbury Vale

'The Palladian Way is my latest venture and was born out of a colourful book I was recommended called The Wayfarers Journal which described the routes taken in the 1960s-80s by a ...
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Category Aylesbury Vale

'The Area monitors developments affecting the enjoyment of walking within our territory. In particular we monitor the state of our paths and seek to get any problems put right. Southern Buckinghams ...
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Category Buckinghamshire

'Can be walked in either direction or in sections.'


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Category Aylesbury Vale

'Stoke Poges is a community built around the ancient manor house at its centre. This heritage walk takes visitors on a circular tour of the small village and some of the most magnificent parts of t ...
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Category South Bucks

'Based mainly on a route by Peter and Diana Gulland in their [out-of-print] guide, The Vale of Aylesbury Walker.'


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Category Aylesbury Vale

'Besides horseriders, the route is open to walkers and pedal cyclists. It is a rural route, much of it on clay, and will be muddy at certain times of the year, so make sure that you're wearing appr ...
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Category Milton Keynes

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Category Aylesbury Vale

'... 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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Category Chiltern

'The Wendover Arm links the picturesque village of Wendover in Buckinghamshire with the main Grand Union Canal at the Tring Summit in Hertfordshire. Nestled in the Chiltern Hills, the cana ...
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Category Aylesbury Vale

'These walks take you through the countryside estates of West Wycombe, Bradenham, and Hughenden where there are fantastic views, magnificent beech woods and carpets of bluebells and wild flowers. Y ...
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Category Wycombe

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