Stonor Park - Southend - Turville Heath - Stonor Park

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A charming walk in the Chiltern Hills, partly in the grounds of historic Stonor Park. Part of the walk is on small country lanes. Look out for Red Kites.

England - Central England - Oxfordshire - Chilterns

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Birds, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Woodland
12/10/2018 - Neil Packham

More or less a perfect short walk with beautiful views in Stonor Park and during the descent in the final third. Elizabeth’s short-cut is a good one, but the road is quiet so this may still be the better option when the season’s wet & muddy.

04/02/2016 - Elizabeth Williams

To avoid some road work, at point 3, upon reaching the road and turning left, take the lane that runs along the far side of a small common, in front of some house, to a footpath on the left. Keep straight on, ignoring crossing paths, through woods till emerging onto a road and turn left. You then pick up the route at point 4. This point is a little confusing. You need to walk down the road for about 200 yards to the junction in pint 5 (there is a junction at point 4 - keep straight on). At point 8, turn right on to the track, in case you don't have a compass. This walk is beautiful, with fabulous views. Give it a try!

22/02/2010 - Andrew Long

A gem of a walk with some great views. Under sold by the author. Ideal for the novice Chiltern walker before going onto something more strenuous. Needs a good review as there are some irregularities between words, pictures and waymarks.

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