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This group of popular beauty spots offers fabulous walking opportunities

Situated in the picturesque Chiltern Hills, this group of popular beauty spots offers fabulous walking opportunities. Pleasant day long walks with a pub stop can take you through the intimate landscape of woods, farms and hamlets that make up much of the Chilterns.

From Coombe Hill and Low Scrubs (near Wendover), you can explore our other sites including Aston Wood and Juniper Bank, Bradenham Estate, Hogback Wood, Pulpit Wood and Watlington Hill and Woods.

Chilterns Countryside winter spotter

Early snowdrops flowering

Early snowdrops flowering

Though a little late, winter has at last begun to bare it’s teeth and give us the cold winds and frosty mornings that we should expect. We’ve yet to see if a prolonged covering of snow will come our way.

Want to know where you can see signs of winter in the Chilterns? Then the spotter article is the thing for you. This seasons edition includes snowdrops, stand out trees and a bird you don't often hear about.

Follow the link below for this years winter spotter

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Winter walk at Coombe Hill

Join us for some frosty walks

Join us for some frosty walks

Looking for a winter walk in the Chilterns? Then why not try our free downloadable walk at Coombe Hill with friends or family?  This gentle 1 mile circular stroll takes in the best Coombe Hill has to offer from incredible views across the Aylesbury Vale to rare chalk grassland. There's also a Natural Play Trail to conquer, whatever your age may be.

While you are out on the walk, why not see if the kids can tick off a few 50 things to do before your 11 3/4?  It could be pretty windy so take a kite and practise your flying skills to complete no.7 or if the weather's a bit on the wet side, tick off no.6 run around in the rain.

 

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