Category Archives: Buckinghamshire

3 Peaks Challenge in the Chilterns – Discovering the Gluteus Maximus

13th September 29km – with Rhys. I just love charity walks. Why? Because they are well organised and marshalled. You meet exceptionally friendly people and someone is cheering for you when you cross the finish line. But from the beginning: … Continue reading

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Marathon walk in the Chilterns – About detours, lions and tree farts

42 km (47,5 km) – with Louise and Natural Born Hikers. Starting in Wendover on The Ridgeway around 8.30am we made our way to Wittington and Tring mostly over hills and through woodlands. That’s when I realised why the Chilterns … Continue reading

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Chilterns – Wendover

13,7 km – with Walkfree Breakfree. A trampolin in the middle of a field. But starting from the beginning: We were meeting at a car park in Wendover and I walked up to a group which apparently looked like a … Continue reading

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Chilterns near Princes Risborough

15,3 km – with Walkfree Breakfree. his was my first walk with Walkfree Breakfree, which is owned by the organiser of the London Escapes Meetup and specialised in walks/weekends in the Chilterns. This walk came exactly at the right time. … Continue reading

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Princes Risborough

16 km – with Anna and London Ecapes Meetup. Mos of the walk was in rain. Do you know how enjoyable it is that you can see something because you’re wearing CONTACT LENSES?? Brilliant! Also: Iain, die organiser of this … Continue reading

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Beaconsfield Circular

16 km – with Kevin. First, ignore the date and guy. NO meaning at all. We underestatimated the fact that muddy tracks are much more exhausting than dry ones. When we were so lazy that we almost decided to stop … Continue reading

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Gerrards Cross to Cookham

14,8 km – with George. Fantastic pub on the way. Very enjoyble in summer when one can sit in the garden. If you like classical music you should visit the Holy Trinity Church in Cookham. They have classical concerts every … Continue reading

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Great Missenden to Amersham

14,3 km – with George and Caro. Maybe I was right about the 30.000 calories… These hikes can be demanding… Hiking instructions:

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