Henley via Turville Circular walk
The Midsomer Murders Walk
Main Henley circular via Turville walk is 24.0km (15 miles) but with bus options to shorten the walk - see below.
Long Henley Circular via Turville and Stonor Park 27.5km(17.2m) but with the same bus options as for the main walk to shorten.
You add another 400m to both walks if you wish to visit the village of Fingest as well as Turville – see walk instructions
Explorer OS 1:25,000 map 171 Chiltern Hills West.
Landranger OS 1:50,000 map 175, Reading and Windsor, Henley on Thames and Bracknell
5/10 for the main walk ; a few gentle inclines with 301m of ascent and descent.
8/10 for the longer circular walk via Stonor Park. The 9.3km (5.8m) section of this walk has 314m of ascent and 261m of descent
This Thames Valley and Chilterns walk is inspired by the locations used in the Midsomer Murders TV series.
You should allow at least 11 hours for travel, refreshments and walking for the main walk.
Henley on Thames
This walk visits a number of places familiar to those who have done the relevant walks in Books 1 and 2 but after Hambledon you visit 2 or 3 villages that are not on the route of other Henley or Thames Valley walks in the SWC itinerary. These are:
See pdf for details on shortening the walks by taking buses
Take a train from London Paddington to Twyford and from there change to take a connecting train to Henley.
At weekends take the nearest train to 10.00am from London Paddington to Twyford where you pick up a connecting train to Henley. Your journey time to Henley should be just over an hour. The train to Henley usually departs about 10 mins after your arrival at Twyford from London Paddington.
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Out (not a train station)
Back (not a train station)
National Rail: 03457 48 49 50 • Travelline (bus times): 0871 200 22 33 (12p/min) • TFL (London) : 0343 222 1234
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Full directions for this walk are in a PDF file (link above) which you can print, or download on to a Kindle, tablet, or smartphone.
This is just the introduction. This walk's detailed directions are in a PDF available from wwww.walkingclub.org.uk