North Chiltern Trail

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Statistics and Files
Start: Lilley
Grid Ref: TL118263
Distance: 42 miles (67 km)
Climbing: 1,093 metres
Walk time: 16-21 hours
Days: 3-4

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The North Chiltern Trail is a circular waymarked walking route of 42 miles, which passes through some beautiful scenery and charming villages in the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire countryside of the northern Chilterns. It was developed by the Chiltern Society, and part of the route folllows the Society's Chiltern Way route, which extends right around the Chilterns. There are extensive views and outstanding landscapes, plenty of wildlife and some intriguing industrial and agricultural archaeology. Starting and finishing in Lilley, from beginning to end the trail visits Lilleypark Wood, Warden Hill, Galley Hill, Streatley, Smithcombe Hill, Sharpenhoe, Barton-le-Clay, Barton Hills National Nature Reserve, Telegraph Hill, Pegsdon Hills and Hoo Bit Nature Reserve, Pegsdon, Old Wellbury, Little Offley, The Flints, Great Offley, Chalk Hill, Temple End, Preston, Temple Dinsley, Poynders End, Chapelfoot, St Paul's Walden, Whitwell, Peters Green, Breachwood Green, Wandon End, Cockerhoe and Mangrove Green.

Useful Links:
Chiltern Society
Chilterns AONB
Long Distance Walkers Association

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