Summer walking at Hughenden

Walk across the chalk meadows, woodlands, parkland and gardens around Hughenden and enjoy the colours of Summer. Take in the views as you explore the land once favourited by Benjamin Disraeli and his wife Mary Anne, now cared for by the National Trust.

Footpath above Echo Valley at Hughenden

Views of the Hughenden Manor estate

A walk in the National Trust’s Hughenden Estate and the neighbouring countryside offering a wide variety of Chiltern views

Winter walking hughenden

German Forest Walk Hughenden

Explore the evergreen woods inspired by the Northern Bohemian forests on the German/Czech border.

Hughenden wintry trees

Hughenden Manor’s Woodcock Wood walk

This leisurely walk takes you on a short loop around some typical Chiltern farmland and woodland on the estate.

D'Israeli Monument Hughenden

Monument walk at Hughenden

Wander up to the D' Israeli’s monument for a spectacular view across Hughenden

Hughenden Church in winter

The Boundary Walk

This energetic 4 mile walk broadly follows the outer boundary of the Hughenden Estate. It allows you to explore beautiful woodland, open parkland, farmland and a rare chalk stream.

The manor in winter at Hughenden, a National Trust property in Buckinghamshire

Hughenden Rocks: a geological walk through time

A moderate-length walk with a geological theme in the National Trust’s Hughenden Estate near High Wycombe.

West Wycombe Hill

Chiltern Hills Three-in-One National Trust Walk

A scenic walk linking three National Trust Properties in the Chiltern Hills: West Wycombe, Bradenham and Hughenden Manor. (It is also possible to use these instructions for a shorter 5.5 miles (8.5km) circular walk between West Wycombe and Bradenham, leaving out Hughenden Manor.)