THINGS TO DO
Walking and cycling in the Chilterns
This ViewRanger map is a fantastic little app you can download. It lets fellow ramblers, hikers, cyclists etc share their routes. You may also, simply click one of the profile icons on the map to check out the route shared by that person. It’s very easy to follow and great if you want to map and save your route.
Alternatively there are plenty of options on the link to this Chilterns country walk map of the area. It’s definitely worth a walk to and along the river Chess.
Cycle in the Chilterns
Visit the official Chilterns AONB website for an abundance of cycle routes around the beautiful and rolling Chiltern Hills. Great for road cyclists and mountain bikers who want to explore the Chilterns.
Chiltern AONB & Chilterns Society
For more information of where and what to visit in the Chilterns, the official Chilterns AONB and Chilterns Society websites are packed for of useful visitor information.
Being in the heart of the Chilterns one of the 38 AONBs (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), we are blessed with some of nature’s finest landscapes, not to mention glorious wildlife, some of which is native to the Chilterns. It’s a walkers and cyclists heaven.
History and architecture also awaits you, with gorgeous brick and flint buildings and manor houses dotted over the countryside, most of particular heritage such as Hughenden manor or Berkhamsted Castle.
It’s staggering how many famous people, artists, literary idols, royal connections and (hmmm) politicians have been part of the Chilterns. Most of their legacies have been left behind in some of form in the Chilterns.
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