Mill End - Aston - Remenham - Mill End

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A delightful walk which crosses the Thames beside the much-photographed 14th Century Hambleden Mill, where a narrow 300-yard walkway crosses the weir, giving beautiful views of the river. Refreshments are available in Aston at The Flower Pot, which has a lovely garden. The path then follows a fine open ridge with wonderful views across the Thames Valley to the Chiltern Hills before dropping down to the picturesque hamlet of Remenham. The riverside path affords views of Temple Island, which marks the start of the famous Royal Regatta course and also of the magnificent white mansion (Greenlands) built in 1853 by Viscount Hambleden, who is better known as W H Smith.

England - South England - Berkshire - Thames Valley


Church, Great Views, Pub, River, Toilets
4/10/2008 - Walkingworld Administrator

Thanks to Andrew Long this walk was updated April 2008.

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Distance away
25.5 Miles