Across the valleys of the Chiltern Hill

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Lowland and Hill Walks
Jun 26

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A number of hills to climb. Walk is predominantly off road through grazing land and woods

A beautiful walk across 3 valleys in the Chiltern Hill on the Berkshire/Oxfordshire border. We will follow the Chiltern Way trail for the majority of the walk skirting the Wormsley Estate home to the Getty Family since 1985 through woodland to reach the pretty Hamlet of Russell’s Water. From there we will cross Maidensgrove Common on our way to Stonor Park and deer farm where we can obtain refreshments from Lord and Lady Camoys Café! We may also see their Rhododendrons in full bloom if we are lucky.

We will then head toward the historic village of Turville which has been used as a location in numerous TV series including Midsomer Murders, Lewis, Jonathan Creek, The Vicar of Dibley and Little Britain. Refreshments can be obtained in the village pub The Bull & Butcher if Covid restrictions permit. From Turville it is another 40 minutes uphill to our start point.


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