Sunday, 27 September 2015 (Group: Aylesbury & District)
Start time 10:00
Moderate 12 miles / 19.3 km
Meet at Wendover library car park for undulating route to Wigginton via Ridgeway and Grim's Ditch. Brief pub stop for drinks only. Bring packed lunch.- See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/find-a-walk.aspx?&group=BU03&tab=walks#sthash.jilTUgwG.dpuf
Sun 19/03/2017 10:00. Canals & Ponds around Aston Clinton. Park in the overflow car park in Aston Clinton Park. A leisurely walk on the arms of the Grand Union canal. Bring refreshments and snacks for a short break. 8.8 miles, leisurely. Contact Graham S 01296 486140.
Sun 26/03/2017 10:00. Walking area between Wendover & Great Missenden. Meet and park, Lower Scrubs, Lodge Hill (Coombe Hill) Following the Ridgeway southwards towards Great Missenden, through mainly woodland with snack break. 8 miles, moderate. Contact Stuart 01296 624766.
Sun 02/04/2017 10:00. Walk through three woods from Wendover. Meet at Wendover Library car park. Walking via Chiltern Link to King's Ash. Then on to Lordling Wood and Swan Bottom, Grove Wood, and Lownde's Wood, to rejoin the Chiltern Link at The Lee. Bring food and drink. 10 miles, moderate. Contact Gwynne J 01296 623311
Thu 18/05/2017 10:00. Wendover, Halton and Wendover Woods. Park in Wharf Road, Wendover HP22 6HF. Popular walk along beautiful Wendover arm of the Grand Union Canal and back via Wendover woods. A couple of steep climbs and a steep descent - otherwise mostly flat! Option of pub lunch after. 6.5 miles, moderate. Contact Dan 07415 051490.
Thu 25/05/2017 10:00. A walk in the Chilterns near Wendover. Meet at Nash Lee Lane off the B4009 (Nash Lee Rd) near Wendover. A walk skirting Coombe Hill and Wendover. 6 miles, moderate. Contact Stan 01296 613803.
Please note, when taking part in any of the walks listed on this programme you do so entirely at your own risk. Details are supplied by leaders long before any walk takes place, making it impossible to accurately predict the weather, conditions underfoot and other factors affecting safety, comfort or the degree of difficulty you may encounter. In really adverse weather, please check that the walk is on with the leader. Members in group photographs taken on walks need to be aware that any of these photos may be used for publicising and promoting our Group and the Ramblers
Walk Grading Definitions Leisurely (L) Suitable for reasonably fit people with at least a little country walking experience. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are recommended. Terrain: Includes unsurfaced country paths that may be narrow, muddy or overgrown and obstructions such as stiles and narrow bridges. May be hilly with a few ascents and descents. Pace: Slow or moderate pace. Moderate (M) Suitable for people with country walking experience and a good level of fitness. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing essential. Terrain: As in leisurely walks but with some sustained climbs and perhaps some moderate walking on open hillsides or moorland in the warmer months. Pace: Moderate pace; could include walks taken on leisurely terrain at a brisk pace. Strenuous (S) Suitable for experienced country walkers with an above-average fitness level. Walking boots and warm waterproof clothing essential. Terrain: Includes rough country and mountains, a few long or lots of short ascents and descents on rough paths and across open country. Pace: Moderate or brisk pace; could include walks taken on moderate terrain at a brisk pace.