Explore the most popular Trail Running trails in Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

walking
7 days ago

Well marked paths and some lovely views of golden cornfields in summer. Easy and quick.

hiking
7 days ago

Nice Walk.. but lots of small paths gets confusing. AllTrail map was great which made it easy.

hiking
bugs
over grown
26 days ago

alot of this trail is over grown and it's also very smelly due to being amongst farms. there were so many flies as well

trail running
27 days ago

I don't think it's a loop. If it is, then I was not able to figure it out :)

on Walbury Hill Loop

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful trail for an evening hike.

Stunning views and countryside...however for someone who may be a beginner to walking it may be more of a moderate than easy walk as some very steep climbs.

nice little hike with not much to see on this one though I'd say this is more easy than moderate happy hiking

Well nice walk with an L

Lovely walk - stunning views and some lovely remote tracks / valleys. A couple of slightly hairy road sections, we jogged those to avoid being on them too long!

nice walk

Beautiful views, well sign posted. Good variety of terrain.

Really enjoyed this hike, it's more road walking than I am usually happy with but the twists and turns through the countryside were worth it. Would probably rate this as more of a moderate hike despite the distance as the terrain is easily trodden and the ascension is very minimal. Overall a great Sunday morning walk in a pretty part of Buckinghamshire. Allow 3-4 hours depending on your pace.

A great hike with supurb views.

Lovely easy walk and amazing 360 degrees views across countryside. Pub busy so book lunch/roast first.

this is a great hike

Took a party of 21 people on this walk on Monday 15th March 2019 .Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the walk - with good views , different scenery, as described relatively flat and it was not very muddy - which is good for March. Very easy to follow instructions. We had lunch at The Crown & Sceptre, looked after us very well. Whilst the majority were ok regarding their food a couple of people felt that the food was not very good. The Old Chequers is still closed - though there was some work being carried out inside.

hiking
3 months ago

Quite flat, nice trip over wild wood witch many different trees, green and rotten scenarios. Nice walk for all family. Free car park spaces.

Free parking, no toilet, good variety of terrain

Very nice walk and the map helped! Using pubic access paths are the way forward, cannot let the farmers enjoy the views. Perfect for dog walkers. Would recommend!

superb challenging walk but loaded with incredible views and woodlands, the steep inclines are real as well as steep declines (take your time), some gates through fields for public right of way wont open or are locked so prepare to jump through provided access steps, not an issue. we enjoyed seeing the masoleum and church up close and then later far away you really appreciate how far you have come. jan 2019

Easy and pleasant walk, quite nice views on a beautiful day

A lovely walk in delightful countryside, but traffic noise is irritating in substantial sections.

Lovely walk, well described and with splendid views.

We did this lovely walk today - instructions were clear, weather was great, views were beautiful; thoroughly recommend (although can see it could get muddy through winter).

Very good clear directions an easy walk

walking
Monday, March 27, 2017

This is a variation on the 10.4 Princes Risborough walk that I posted last year. The difference in the trail is that it avoids the two steepest climbs (and the cattle/bull often found in one of the fields). The remaining climb is strenuous but much easier than the alternative. The route begins and ends in the Stratton Rd car park, next to the church in princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire. The car park is now a Pay and Display and charges £2 for 8 hours.I have not yet seen the car park full and I have been there on about 20 occasions from spring through to late autumn. The walk is about 3.5 hours duration, though a beer and or meal at the Two Lions 3 miles from the end of the walk might extend that time period. Part of the trail follows the Ridgeway. It runs: Princes Risborough, Bledlow Ridge, Radnage, Chinnor Hill, Bledlow, Horsendon, Princes Risborough.

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