Amersham round walk
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An easy walk along gentle hills above the Misbourne valley to the attractive village of Chalfont St Giles.
4 February '07
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Gentle hills, Chalfont St Giles, and Jordans, a hamlet with Quaker links
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Undulating Chilterns walk close to London with lunch in The Lee, a charming village, and the woods of Frith Hill to finish.
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The Chess Valley, one of the most beautiful and tranquil parts of the Chiltern Hills, yet never more than a couple of kilometres from the Metropolitan Line. The walk dips in and out of the valley, with a number of fine panoramic views
Great Missenden to Amersham Near Great Missenden
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The Chilterns, beach woods, and Little Missenden.
Princes Risborough to Great Missenden walk
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Hilly. The Chilterns, and Bryant's Bottom
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The Ridgeway, lovely views and the Chilterns.
Note the orchids. Saunderton Figure of 8. Bledlow loop
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The Chilterns: the Ridgeway Path over an open ridge, returning by peaceful and secluded valleys.
Dashwood Mausoleum, Church of St Lawrence, 28 Oct 2005
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The Chilterns: wooded forests (very muddy in winter), Hughenden Manor (NT), West Wycombe Caves (of Hellfire club fame), finishing with a short ridge walk
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The Chilterns: An open ridge walk to Ivinghoe Beacon, gentle forests, and a classic village pub for tea.
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A Grand Union Canal walk in the morning, fields in the middle, and finally the wooded hills of the Chilterns
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The Chilterns: gentle wooded hills and ridges.
SWC Walk 10 - Little Kimble to Saunderton
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An easy Chilterns walk with lunch at a favourite inn of the poet Rupert Brooke
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A figure of 9 - Up over Winter Hill, overlooking the Thames Valley, then along the Thames Path.
Gerrards Cross to Cookham walk
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Bulstrode Park and Burnham Beeches woods, the Thames, and Stanley Spencer
Henley Circular walk
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The Thames Path in the morning, historic Hambledon for lunch, and back via the hills above Henley in the afternoon. Short but pretty.
Henley to Pangbourne walk
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Another lovely country ramble, and the perfect pub crawl. Starts and finishes by the Thames, via forests and several country pubs.
Henley Circlular via Hambleden (short) The hill before Hambleden
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The Thames path in the morning. Gentle woodland after lunch in an NT Village, Historic riverside Henley for tea.
Henley via Stonor walk
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Long walk through the Chilterns over gentle rolling grassy hills. Historic riverside Henley for tea.
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The Thames path in the morning, a classic pub for lunch, gentle hill afterwards.
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Pretty villages, a toll bridge, fine views of the Thames in the morning and a serene stroll through a rural idyll after lunch.
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The River Thames, Rotherfield Greys village, Greys Court (NT) and historic Henley