Living Magazines Berkhamsted Trails

Berkhamsted Trails: A Hiker’s Paradise Unveiled

If you are an avid hiker and you are keen to find new landscapes to explore in the UK, you’ll find a wealth of stunning locations and breathtaking trails to choose from. One of the most popular destinations for outdoor enthusiasts to spend days hiking around trails is undoubtedly Berkhamsted. This article will highlight some […]

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Exploring Bedfordshire’s Tranquil Pathways on Foot

Bedfordshire is packed full of beautiful walks, with something to capture the imagination of every walker. All you will need to do is lace up your boots and keep your fingers crossed the rain stays away! Popular routes such as the 40-mile Greensand Ridge Walk are easily accessible by rail. This takes the stress of […]

Living Magazines Berkhamsted Common Walk

Berkamsted Common

This 4.1 mile circular walk starts and ends at the rail station in Berkhamsted in the west of the county.  DISTANCE: 4.1 miles/6.6km START/FINISH: Berkhamsted Railway Station ACCESS: No stiles but there are hills and muddy sections You can download CPRE’s full details and map of the walk here. Nearly all of the walk is […]

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Ashley Green and Hockeridge Wood

An attractive, mainly level walk, which takes you along paths and quiet lanes through fields and woods: Hockeridge Wood and Pancake Wood have been planted with a wide variety of ornamental and forest trees including traditional native species such as beech, oak, and cherry. Information plates at the base of some of the trees tell […]

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Aldbury, Ashridge and Tring Park

A choice of stile-free walks visiting Aldbury, Ashridge and Tring Park. DISTANCE: Full walk 8 miles/13km; Ashridge only option 5.8 miles/9.2km; Wigginton 5 miles/8km TERRAIN: Easy walking on good paths with numerous gates. The full walk has two main uphill sections (total ascent 850ft/260m). Both shorter routes have one climb. The Ashridge option has a […]

Living Magazines Tring Park Walk

Circular Walk Around Tring Park

The old market town of Tring’s most well-known residents were the Rothschild family and this walk explores their influence on the town and the surrounding countryside. It includes a world famous museum, a magnificent village hall, a few follies and the all year round beauty of Tring Park. DISTANCE: 4.2miles TERRAIN: Easy walking on paths […]

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Hertfordshire Mansions and Parklands

A circular walk from Great Gaddesden created by Walking Britain. START/FINISH: Dirt layby on the A4146 (Grid ref TL030116), the Hemel Hempstead to Leighton Buzzard Road at Great Gaddesden DISTANCE: 7 miles / 11.4 km TERRAIN: Easy to moderate; ascent: 560 feet / 170 metres  MAPS: Ordnance Survey Explorer 181 You can view Walking Britain’s […]

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Penn Jubilee Wood Walk

A more strenuous walk that visits Jubilee Wood, planted in 2012 to mark the Queen’s diamond jubilee, and several historic villages. There are a couple of shorter options. START: The Red Lion, Elm Rd, Penn HP10 8LF. Grid ref:SU 907937. Park alongside Widmer Pond, opposite The Red Lion DISTANCE: 10 miles/16km, with shorter 5 and […]

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Graham Greene’s Common

The walk takes in various parts of Berkhamsted and Northchurch Common which feature significantly in the works of Graham Greene. The route includes Kitchener’s Field, the car park at the top of New Road (an alternative start and finish point) the Common, Frithsden Beeches and the WW1 practice trenches.  START/END: Berkhamsted Railway Station or the […]

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Ashridge Drovers Walk

The Ashridge Drovers Walk has 4-mile or 6-mile circular route options through farmland, woodland and commonland and past the National Trust Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre. START/END: Tring station DISTANCE: Short route 4 miles (6.4km), Long route 6 miles (9.7km) MAP: Ordnance Survey Explorer 181 Chiltern Hills North You can download Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural […]

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Pitstone Hill

This walk is about 3.5 miles long. An easy stretch for a Sunday afternoon. START/END: Memorial Hall car park DISTANCE: Approximately 3.5 miles (5.6km) You can download Pitstone Parish Council’s full description of the walk here. The Walk Starting from the Memorial Hall car park go across the recreation ground to the roundabout and turn […]

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Little Tring

Discover the Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal and the historic Tringford pumping station on this circular walk, which starts from Tring Town Centre START/END: Frogmore Street East car park DISTANCE: Approximately 3 miles (5km) allow 1hr 3om MAP: Ordnance Survey Explorer 181 Chiltern Hills North You can download Tring Town Council’s full description […]