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Walks in Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire is a county in the south east of England, and includes some commuter areas into the capital. The main town is Aylesbury, and around it there is some idyllic scnery, even away from the Chilterns.

The Chiltern Hills form a large part of the county, and as such there are many pleasant walks to be had. The Thames Path national trail borders the county to the south, the Ridgeway national trail runs through the centre, and the Grand Union canal runs through the northeastern part of the county.

 


 

Below is a map showing all the walks that I have completed in Buckinghamshire.

Map of my walks

Completed walks in Buckinghamshire

 
The Old Gaol, Buckingham.

A lake in Stowe park.

The Obelisk.

   


List of walks in Buckinghamshire

Walk No. Description Distance (miles)
785 Icknield Way: Whipsnade to Harlington14.2
784 Ridgeway and Icknield Way: Ledge Hill to Whipsnade26.6
783 The Ridgeway: Goring to Ledge Hill24.0
748 Thames Path: Maidenhead to Shepperton23.2
747 Thames Path: Shiplake to Maidenhead20.6
717 A circular walk from Dunstable to Ivinghoe Beacon18.7
626 Bletchley to Bedford19.9
612 A circular walk from Buckingham to Silverstone18.8
204 Tring to Princes Risborough13.5
157 Wolverton to Bugbrooke16.6
146 Bletchley to Wolverton11.9
143 Cheddington Station to Bletchley Station13.3
141 Tring Station to Cheddington Station6.1
129 Dunstable to Tring14.1
62 Marlow to Slough16.3
61 Reading to Marlow18.5
60 Slough to Alperton16.7

This was a total of 293 miles in 17 walks (an average of 17.23 miles per walk).


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