South Bucks Way

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Start: Coombe Hill
Distance: 23 miles (37 km)
Grid Ref: SP849067
Climbing: 300 metres
Walk time: 9-11 hours
Days: 1-2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The South Bucks Way is a long distance footpath which links Coombe Hill near Wendover to Denham Country Park, north of Uxbridge. From the Combe Hill on the Ridgeway the route descends through Goodmerhill Wood, Chisley Wood and Little Hampden Common to countryside lanes which lead to Great Missenden and beyond to the source of the River Misbourne which it follows after a detour to explore Little Kingshill. While generally following the course of River Misbourne both Little Missenden and Amersham Old Town are passed through before the route reaches Chalfont St Giles. The course of the river is then left while the route goes through Chalfont St Peter and across to Little Denham. The route concludes after Denham soon after it it joins the River Colne to end on the towpath of the Grand Union Canal at the country park.

Useful Links:
Tim Bertuchi's Walk of the South Bucks Way
Pete's Walk of the South Bucks Way
Long Distance Walkers Association

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