Head to Ibstone, to the west of High Wycombe close to the border with Oxfordshire, for a walk through typical Chiltern scenery.
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.
Cherished Chiltern Views
Head to Hamblden and Medmenham for a walk in the Chilterns beside the River Thames.
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”
Exploring the Claydons
Head towards Buckingham for a 5 mile walk through three of the picturesque Claydon villages, calling in at historic Claydon House and Estate. Continue reading “Buckinghamshire Walk – August 2016”
Head to the picturesque village of Dorney, one of the venues for the 2012 Olympics, for a walk alongside two rivers, passing a number of film set locations. Continue reading “Buckinghamshire Walk – June 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”
Ten short walks – ranging from quiet riversides to ‘lofty’ hill tops – that are great for both you and your friendly, four-legged companion, with open spaces, no stiles, dog-friendly pubs and great views; five in Berkshire and five in Buckinghamshire. Continue reading “10 Great Dog Walks”
The Buckinghamshire hilltop village of Brill is home to a picturesque, late 17th-century, windmill and from this lofty position there are some wonderful views, but on a windy day the village can live up to the old nursery rhyme: “At Brill on the hill, The wind blows shrill,…”. Continue reading “Buckinghamshire Walk – February 2016”
Two short walks – one in Buckinghamshire and one in Berkshire… Continue reading “Berks and Bucks Walks – December 2015”