Walking with us
We are all encouraged to take more exercise – walking, with its relatively low impact, is a free and simple way of doing so.
We organise a full programme of walks throughout the year, which is designed to improve both physical and mental health, as well as boost community spirit and involvement. Join us for any of our half-day walks, occasional longer walks, special interest walks – about archaeology or wild flowers for example – or our special Christmas walk, which is followed by a pub lunch.
For full details about our walks, including when and where to meet, see our Walks Programme below, Diary of events on the home page, or the back pages of Chiltern, our quarterly magazine.
Because of the popularity of our walks, there are always opportunities for new walks leaders. If you’re interested in organising and leading a walk – you only need to know your local area and guidelines can be provided – please contact Judy Sonley, the Walks Coordinator, on 01494 712857, or .
Use the controls below to browse or print the Programme and click on the walk title to show/hide the description. Please note, because of the unpredictable nature of events, terrain, weather, etc., end times shown should be regarded as approximate.
Click this link, or the image of the front cover, to obtain your PDF of the Programme. Please note: Left-click to open in your browser – right-click to download.
If you are looking for shorter walks in the Chilterns, the Simply Walks programme, from Buckinghamshire County Council, will be of interest.