Ellesborough and Chequers Court Circular is a 8.1 mile loop trail located near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Length8.1 miElevation gain1,128 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingWalkingForestViewsWildflowersWildlife
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This trail takes you through beautiful and varied countryside and, though you can't access it, it encircles the property known as Chequers, or Chequers Court, the country house of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. It was built in the 16th-century and was a manor house and is located at the foot of the Chiltern Hills. You will pass Coombe Hill, once part of the estate, along the way. Chequers has been the country home of the serving Prime Minister since 1921.

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James Bird
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Hiking

Good workout but muddy in places

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Hayley Swindells
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Hiking

very muddy at the moment but some very good views when you break out of the woods

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Robert Springer
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Ross Briggs
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Tim Miller
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WalkingGreat!Off trailPrivate property
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This walk has everything. beautiful countryside, incredible views, historic houses, forestry scenes, fields, farm animals, a monument, and virtually all of it feels very rural. my partner and I set a goal to do 20 walks this year, when we did this on early November (number 15) we both agreed it was our favourite of the year so far. Thoroughly heartily recommend. It is definitely a moderate walk, not easy in places, including a couple of steep / tricky inclines, so bear that in mind if your party includes very young or much older people not used to long walks. But on a sunny day, it's worth every step.

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Geraint Lunt
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Ellen Callaghan
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James Pattison
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Adam Joyce
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Tom Major
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Laurent WIDLOECHER
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