General information A circular walk of approx 9.5 miles starting from New Bradwell and taking in Cosgrove & Hanslope. Our walk involves some canal towpath, road walking, farm tracks and fields. Terrain / Difficulty Relatively flat – easy walking. Approximate Distance 9 milesFull details are available to members onlyLog in or register now for your […]
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The Milton Keynes & North Buckinghamshire group generally walk on the 4th Sunday of each month. The Milton Keynes group coordinator is Jim Peard. You can telephone me on 01908 567121.
General information 9½ mile circular walk from Newport Pagnell to Little Linford Wood, then to Stanton Low, returning to Newport Pagnell via a short stretch of the Grand Union Canal and the disused Wolverton-NP railway line. Easy walking. Some footpaths likely to be muddy, particularly near the river. Full details are available to members onlyLog […]
General information We will walk around Willen Lakeside and then along the river taking us to the rear of Oakgrove, across fields at Woughton and to the canal near Peartree Bridge, then back up the canal to the start point. If the weather is good and people are up for more I will extend the […]
Event led by John T Attendance: 11 men Distance: 7 miles Time: start 11:11, end 14:50, lunch 39 minutes Terrain: grass, chalk, woodland track, farm track Elevation: start 222m, high 261m, low 163m Weather: clear blue skies, 22°C, strong southwesterly winds ¶This was a 7-mile walk around the Ashridge Estate, mostly in Buckinghamshire but starting (just about) in Hertfordshire from the Bridgewater Monument, and including Pitstone Common, Crawley Wood, Steps Hill, Beacon Hill (Ivinghoe Beacon), Gallows Hill, Ward’s Hurst Farm, Ivinghoe Common and Sallow Copse. Parts of the walk followed the Icknield Way Trail and the Ridgeway Trail. It was shared by the Hertfordshire and Milton Keynes & Buckinghamshire groups.¶ Ashridge is a country estate within the Chiltern Hills that stretches across the counties of Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire, and is owned by the National Trust. It comprises 5,000 acres (20 sq km) of woodlands, commons and chalk downland which supports a rich variety of wildlife. The Brid