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
Head to Buckinghamshire for a Chiltern’s walk at Great Missenden.
Head to Stokenchurch for 6 mile wander – with shorter option – through some picturesque rolling Chiltern countryside visiting peaceful Radnage.
For our walk this month we head to the Buckinghamshire village of Penn with its attractive village pond – Widmer Pond – shared with neighbouring Tylers Green, just to the east of High Wycombe.
Head to Ibstone, to the west of High Wycombe close to the border with Oxfordshire, for a walk through typical Chiltern scenery.
Take a seat and enjoy a virtual journey along the Ridgeway National Trail from Avebury to Ivinghoe Beacon, click on the following link… Ridgeway video link …and then press the play button.
New edition of Walking the Ridgeway National Trail guidebook with 1:25K map booklet has been published by Cicerone and is available now.
Two shorter walks to get you out in the fresh air over the Christmas break; a Buckinghamshire walk at Fingest and a West Berkshire walk at Great Shefford.
A walk with Dahl
Head to Great Missenden, tucked in the Misbourne valley, for a walk in Roald Dahl country. Continue reading “Buckinghamshire Walk – September 2016”
Head to the picturesque Misbourne Valley for a wander through Chalfont St Giles, tucked on the edge of the Chilterns, to the south of Amersham. Continue reading “Buckinghamshire Walk – April 2016”