Station Approach, WD3 5ND, Chorleywood
Join us as we head for the scenic woods and verdant fields of Chorleywood in Hertfordshire. Famous for the invention of modern British bread-making, this rural environment was found in 2004 to have the best quality of life of anywhere in the country.
At 5 miles, our trail will take us across a medieval common and along the picturesque valley of the River Chess. We will then cross the county border into Buckinghamshire and head for the village of Chenies where King Edward Longshanks and his son Edward II, best known today from the epic movie Braveheart, used to stay while hunting in the surrounding forests.
Meet: Chorleywood Tube Station (Metropolitan Line - Zone 7)
Meeting time: 12.00 noon (Allow for one hour from central London)
Price: £5 to cover running costs. Please pay as you RSVP using the secure PayPal link.
Distance: 8 km/5 miles
Hike level: Easy
Expected finish time: 4PM
Things to bring: Water, snack to eat along the way, waterproof clothing, hiking boots, camera - if you would like to take some pictures
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