Activities

Circular Walks

These walks, published by reputable organisations as listed, contain descriptions and sketch maps.

We strongly advise that you also use an OS map to supplement the sketch map and ensure you stay on public rights of way.

Henley-on-Thames to Hambleden: 2.5, 5 and 7.5 miles.

Information or Download published by the Chilterns AONB

Hambleden to Henley-on-Thames 6.1 miles - 3 hours

Information published by the National Trust

Hambleden to Pheasants Hill 5 miles - 2 hours

Information published by the National Trust

Hambleden Valley Turville & Fingest - 9-10 miles - 5 hours

Information published by the National Trust

Pub Walk - The Bull & Butcher - 2.2, 4 & 5.2 miles

Information - Download published by Brakspears Pubs

Pub Walk - Fox & Hounds - 2.8, 3.8 & 5.5 miles

Information - Download published by Brakspears Pubs

Pub Walk - The Flowerpot - 3.1, 5.5 & 5.8 miles

Information - Download published by Brakspears Pubs

Three Villages - Skirmett, Turville & Fingest - 4 miles

Download - published by Fancy Free Walks

Walking Blogs

These walks, published by keen amateur walkers, often contain excellent photos (or videos) and brief descriptions of the walk and their own experience on the day.

We strongly advise that you also use an OS map to supplement the sketch map and ensure you stay on public rights of way.

Turville, Fingest, Skirmett - photos of Henley

Blog post Published by Chris M - April 2015

Hambleden & Rotten Row - 3.7 miles

Blog post Published by Richard Gower November 2018

Skirmett the Frog - 3.4 miles

Blog post Published by Richard Gower June 2018

Ibstone, Freith, Hambleden, Skirmett, Turville - 13 miles

Blog post Published by Two Dogs And An Awning - August 2018

Ibstone start - Pishill - Turville - 9.5 miles - 3.45 hours

Video blog - published by J's walks

Hambleden & Skirmett - 9.5 miles - 6 hours

Video blog - published by J's walks

Mill End - Pheasants Hill - Hambleden - 9.5 miles - 2.5 hours

Video blog - published by J's walks

Time Out - April 2019 - 12 things to do in Turville

A new Midsomer trail through Marlow and the Hambleden valley was launched in 2018.

Covering only 17 miles, you will very quickly find yourself immersed in scenes from Midsomer Murders.

A vast variety of locations in Buckinghamshire have been used in several Midsomer Murders episodes. There has been so many that some may know the region as ‘Midsomer County.’ This self-guided tour will not only let you walk in the footsteps of inspector Barnaby himself but, get a real taste for what Buckinghamshire and the surrounding local areas have to offer.

Following the trail you will also have the chance to taste wine, sample local food and beer, spend the night in a filming location and walk the beautiful Chiltern Hills of Midsomer. The trail starts and ends in Marlow and takes in the surrounding villages of Frieth, Lane End, Bolter End, Fingest and the Hambleden valley.

Download the Visit Midsomer – Marlow Trail to learn more about the area and discover Marlow’s Midsomer secrets.

Download the Midsomer Trail from here