Category Archives: Walks

These are posts about particular walks we did.

23rd June 2019 Little Kimble to Princes Risborough

 Five of us met for an walk starting at Little Kimble and exploring the Ridgeway in the Chilterns on a lovely summers day. First stop was at All Saints Church, Little Kimble where X111-X1V wall paintings and tiles were admired. … Continue reading

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9th June 2019 Garston to St Albans

Self guided walk suggested by Steve.

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2nd June 2019 Burnham on Crouch to Althorne

On a beautiful day eight of us got the train to Burnham on Crouch. We then caught a small ferry boat over the River Crouch to Wallasey Island. The island is an RSPB reserve and we walked the Marsh Flat … Continue reading

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26th May 2019 Guildford to Godalming along the river Wey

Seven members did a pleasant walk on bank holiday Sunday along the river Wey in Surrey. At the start of the walk we discovered an unexpected link on the riverbank with Lewis Carol with a statue of Alice and her … Continue reading

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19th May 2019 Chalfont and Latimer [Metropolitan line] to Chesham. 6 miles

Chalfont and Latimer [Metropolitan line] to Chesham. 6 miles easy walking. Bring sandwiches. Tea shops in Chesham.

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Walk, Sunday 12th May Chiltern Hills: Tring to Cholesbury and Hawridge Common (c. 9 miles

A short stretch of uphill at the start, but once one is on a ‘plateau’ the paths are fairly flat or downhill.   As for the possibility for shortening the walk, in theory it would be possible, but it would involve … Continue reading

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Sunday April 28 – Bluebells in a 7 miles circular from Otford

7 miles circular from Otford station, starting with a steep hill with a seat half way up, then along the North Downs Way, through bluebell woods to the pub for lunch break (but they don’t serve food so bring your … Continue reading

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