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Walks For

Englishmen

Buckinghamshire

County Town - Buckingham

Colne Valley Regional Park was established in the mid 1960's to create a series of new facilities for public enjoyment. This link leads to eight circular walks, all featuring downloadable maps and text. Much more general information about the area too.


The Buckinghamshire Village of Lacey Green provides this link that features three walks in the area, along with other local information.

Five walks are detailed on the website of the charmingly-named  Parish of  Cholesbury-cum-St. Leonards.  All walks are downloadable from the site.

This link leads to a different kind of walk - a pub tour of Coleford! It’s a historic walk as many of the old hostelries are now gone - bound to be a few along the way though!

This link leads to a page featuring numerous walks kindly published by theBucks and West Middlesex area Rambler’s Association. The Rambler’s Association works tirelessly for the benefit of walkers in the UK. The Ramblers' Association is a registered charity that encourages walking, protects rights of way, defends the beauty of the countryside and has campaigned for many years for freedom to roam over uncultivated open country.

A view from Ivinghoe Beacon