Boddington Hill Iron Age Hillfort Site, from the Ridgeway

SWC Walk 140a Wendover to Great Missenden

09-Dec-15 • thomasgrabow on Flickr

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St. Mary's Church, Wendover

SWC Walk 140a Wendover to Great Missenden

09-Dec-15 • thomasgrabow on Flickr

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Approach Lane to Boswells Farm, Wendover

SWC Walk 140a Wendover to Great Missenden

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In Lownde's Wood

SWC Walk 140a Wendover to Great Missenden

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Sunset Chalkdell Wood, Great Missenden

SWC Walk 140a Wendover to Great Missenden

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Wendover Circular via Lee

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Shed in the woods

Wendover Circular via Lee

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Wendover Circular via The Lee and Swan Bottom walk

Along the Ridgeway through the Chiltern Hills and through many splendid woodlands, a conservation village and idyllic Lee Common

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SWC Free Walk 140, Wendover to Great Missenden. 20/5/12.

A lovely, mainly wooded walk, of 13.4 miles through The Chiltern Hills. Starting out from the station, it's not long before the walker is on The Ridgeway path and soon into said woodland. After a good walk within, it's on through fields to reach the conservation village of The Lee. Then, it's more delightful woodland prior to lunch in the hamlet of Swan Bottom. Thereafter, there's a choice of routes, with this walker opting for the longer one to Great Missenden. This alternative is mainly through the fields and meadows of some lovely valleys, but there's also some smaller woodland sections; it is, possibly, less arduous than the main walk.


Last updated : Aug-18