The Chilterns have so much to offer from beautiful scenery, bucket loads of activities, great places to eat, the list goes on….
No matter where you live there’s plenty of places to go and explore, or pack up a picnic and try somewhere new.
Check out one of our local walks and let us know what you think 🙂 or if you have any suggestions drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A lovely circular walk taking in the River Thames, Chiltern Beechwoods and the Thames Valley. You can either do a shorter 3 mile route or a longer 6 mile route. Starting in Bourne End, you’ll pass several pubs, a great farm shop and there’s even a fun quiz for kids about the walk. Click here to find out more.
Enjoy a village walk around Great Missenden and find out some fantabulous facts about Roald Dahl and the village where he wrote all his much loved children’s books.Make sure you drop into The Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre to find our more about Roald Dahl, and don’t forget to use our 2 for 1 entry to the museum. Click here to find out more.
Seer Green & Beaconsfield
Choose either a circular walk or hop on the train at the end of this 5 mile walk and take a hike thorough woodland and mainly quiet lanes. There’s plenty of refreshments on offer in Beaconsfield, Seer Green and one of our favourite’s The Harte & Magpie in Coleshill. Click here to find out more.
Stoke Common – nr Fulmer
Located between the villages of Fulmer and Stoke Poges, this walk will take in not only the scenic green spaces but also some important wildlife habitats. Make sure you stop off at The Black Horse in Fulmer after your walk for some great food. Click here to find out more.
Boulters Lock & Ray Mill Island – nr Maidenhead
Not an official walking route but definitely a great place to visit and walk around. You can make the walk as long or as short as you like, there’s birds to see in the aviary, watch the boats in the lock or enjoy a coffee at Boulters restaurant on the island. Click here to find out more.