Two shorter routes to get you out in the fresh air over the winter period: a walk through artistic Cookham and a Cold War walk or cycle at Greenham Common.Continue reading “Two Winter walks…”
This month’s walk takes us west to the village of Leckhampstead tucked amongst the rolling Berkshire Downs which form part of the North Wessex Downs area of outstanding natural beauty.
This month’s dog & horse friendly wander is based at West Ilsley, tucked amongst the rolling landscape of the Berkshire Downs that make up part of the North Wessex Downs area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB).
A new edition of my guidebook – Walking in the Chilterns – has been published by Cicerone and is available now at https://www.cicerone.co.uk/walking-in-the-chilterns…for more information visit http://www.steve-davison.co.uk/chilterns.html
This month’s walk meanders through fairly level farmland to the west of Reading and visits the interesting villages of Ashampstead and Yattendon; the latter being home to the award winning West Berkshire Brewery.
The Hardy Connection – take a walk exploring the undulating chalk landscape of the Berkshire Downs to the east of Lambourn which form part of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Head to Great Brickhill in North Buckinghamshire for a wander over the Greensand Ridge and along the Grand Union Canal.
Head to East Berkshire for a walk through 3 picturesque villages – Waltham St Lawrence, Shottesbrooke & White Waltham.
After seven years – how time flies – this was my last walk for Hampshire Life, I hope you have all enjoyed accompanying me on my walks exploring some of the most beautiful parts of Hampshire and I wish you all, lots of interesting walks in the coming months and years.
Head to Buckinghamshire for a Chiltern’s walk at Great Missenden.