Chilterns Way

Created by the Chiltern Society as its Millennium Project, the Way originally took in all of the Chilterns from north to south across the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in a 125-miles circuit extending from Ewelme in the south west, Chorleywood in the south east and Sharpenhoe Clappers and Great Offley in the north east. It was based on an earlier unofficial route, the Chiltern Hundred.

The Way passes through some of the most attractive parts of the Chilterns, including the Bovingdon Plateau, the Chess valley, the Misbourne valley, Penn Country, the Hambleden valley, Stonor Park, Ewelme, Swyncombe Down, Bledlow Ridge, Hampden Country, Bulbourne valley and Dunstable Down.

Chilterns Way Interactive Map

11 Day Walking Guide

StageStart PointEnd PointMiles
Day 1Hemel Hempstead  Chalfont St Giles 13.0
Day 2Chalfont St Giles Marlow Bottom 14.4
Day 3Marlow Bottom Stonor 12.6
Day 4Stonor Ewelme  7.8
Day 5Ewelme  Stokenchurch 12.0
Day 6Stokenchurch Wendover Dean 14.8
Day 7Wendover Dean Aldbury  9.4
Day 8Aldbury  Chalk Hill 11.9
Day 9Chalk Hill Streatley 10.8
Day 10Streatley Peters Green 13.0
Day 11Peters Green Hemel Hempstead 15.3

Maps Required for Chilterns Way