Three counties circular walk at Henley

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Lowland and Hill Walks
Sep 01

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This is a circular walk, approximately 11.5 miles in length. 

We start from Henley on Thames railway station (Oxfordshire). We cross the river in an Easterly direction, moving into Berkshire as we do so.  Following the Chiltern Way, we head to Aston and Hambleden lock, crossing the Thames into Buckinghamshire.

We ascend into Ridge Wood, heading North, before dropping back down to the valley, crossing Hamble Brook and having a well earned drink in the Stag and Huntsman pub.  Passing the Manor House, we head uphill towards Rotten Row before heading South, back to Mill End.  We cross the River for the third time before gently strolling along the Thames Path past the famous Henley reach back to the town. With our final crossing of the Thames, we return to Oxfordshire, where it all began a few hours earlier.

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