We walk every weekend, with a mixture of leisurely and moderate graded walks in and around the Chilterns, so come and join us on one of our walks.
When do we walk?
We walk every weekend with a mixture of half day leisurely walks between five and seven miles, more moderate walks of around ten miles and occasionally something longer. During the summer we enjoy the light evenings with weekday evening walks too.
Where do we walk?
Along the footpaths and bridleways of the Chiltern Hills located in Buckinghamshire, West Hertfordshire, South Bedfordshire and West Middlesex. Our walks include the open countryside, farmland, ancient woodland, hilltop views and picturesque villages that the area is known for. We usually return to a local pub or cafe at the end of the walk for a sociable drink.
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Bourne End Bounty Evening Walk
The route crosses the River Thames, and then we'll walk through Winter Hill and back down the slope to Bounty Pub.
Lane End to Turville Circular Walk
A lovely bank holiday walk, starting at the top of the hill in Lane End, then down to Skirmett in the Hambleden Valley, over the hill to Turville and back up to Lane End. Please bring lunch.
Old Amersham to Little Missenden
A scenic walk over the rolling hills between Amersham and Little Missenden, passing through some wooded areas, picturesque paths and offering quintessential Chilterns views.
After the walk there will be a good selection of fine pubs to choose from for post walk drinks and food in Amersham's charming Old Town.
The Four Hills Walk
Join us for a stunning joint walk with Bear Walkers and Oxon 20s30s exploring four of the most beautiful hills in the Chilterns: Coombe, Beacon, Pulpit and Whiteleaf Hills, as well as the beautiful countryside which surrounds them.
Each hill offers spectacular long-ranging views and the following unique points of interest:
- Coombe Hill: The impressive hill-top Monument which towers over the Vale of Aylesbury
- Beacon Hill: A challenging and steep climb to the top, a perfect place to take a break and enjoy the views
- Pulpit Hill: Beautiful paths and woodlands owned by the National Trust, and remains of an Iron Age Fort
- Whiteleaf Hill: A giant chalk cross etched into the side of the hill by a Saxon king and a Neolithic burial mound
In between there will be plenty of scenic Chilterns countryside to enjoy, including the villages of Dunsmore and Little Hampden, and local nature reserves.
Please bring a packed lunch. There will be a pub stop for drinks.
Please bear in mind that this is a fairly strenuous walk with around 400 metres of ascent. Also, due to the long distance we will start walking at 10:30 prompt.
Burnham Beeches Walk
A leisurely walk from Burnham Beeches ancient woodland to the village of Hedgerley including a pub stop.
End of Summer Midsomer Murders Walk
We will start with a climb crossing the proposed HS2 route South West of South Heath and proceed through Ballinger Common. This includes passing the rec. ground used in filming of Midsomer Murders episode "A Worm in the Bud".
From there we head to Lee Gate via Lownde's Wood. We then turn South along the Chilterns Link to Lee Common where a number of Midsomer Murders episodes have been filmed. This includes one to be shown in early 2018!
We will stop for refreshments and food at the Cock and Rabbit pub also used in filming. From there we will return to Great Missenden again crossing the proposed HS2 route.