Chiltern Way

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The Chiltern Way is a waymarked long-distance footpath in southern England in the United Kingdom. It was created by the Chiltern Society as a millennium project.

Length of the route[edit]

The Chiltern Way runs for 275 km or 172 miles.

The route[edit]

The route is circular and runs through the Chiltern Hills region passing through parts of the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire.

The meandering route takes in the Chilterns AONB and many of the villages and towns situated in the Chilterns such as Chalfont St Giles, Marlow and others.

See also[edit]

Other reading[edit]

Moon, Nick (October 2010). The Chiltern Way including the Extensions and Berkshire Loop. North Yorkshire: Book Castle Publishing. ISBN 978-1-906632-10-6. 

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