Parkland, woodland and beautiful views (1001)

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    Start date27th October 2023
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    Time10:00 am
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    LocationHP23 6AP
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Starting by crossing the lovely Tring Park we will ascend to the escarpment with its extensive views. There are points of historical interest including connections with Charles II and the Rothschilds. Continuing on through woods and fields to the Iron Age hillfort at Cholesbury Camp returning via Wigginton to again cross the park.

Additional information

Bring packed lunch and drinks. A walk on public footpaths and good tracks with some road sections.

There are no public toilets on the route.

Marion Adams. Marion is the Chair of West Herts Ramblers which covers a lovely area of Hertfordshire and includes parts of the Chilterns. She is a keen walker in the UK, Europe and further afield and also volunteers for other organisations in the areas of conservation and footpath preservation.
Layby in Hastoe Lane Tring close the the junction with Park Road
8 miles
Long walks (7 or more miles)
4 hours 30 minutes
Moderate (more challenging, for keen/active walkers)
Yes (Several routes including Bus 387/389/397 Local service between Tring, Wigginton and Aldbury via Tring Station. Bus 500 Hemel Hempstead to Aylesbury via Berkhamsted and Tring.)