Providing complete GB coverage the series details essential information such as youth hostels, pubs and visitor information as well as rights of way, permissive paths and bridleways.
Author: Explorer (Folded)
Category: Buckinghamshire (England)
OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities like walking, horse riding and off-road cycling. Providing complete GB coverage the series details essential information such as youth hostels, pubs and visitor information as well as rights of way, permissive paths and bridleways.
Map: OS Landranger 175: Reading & Windsor, OS Explorer 171 and 172:
Chiltern Hills West and Chiltern Hills East. This satisfying walk runs between the
affluent Thames towns of Henley and Marlow, passing through the Chilterns
village of ...
Author: Judith Bamber
Publisher: Rough Guides
A pocket-sized guide to forty London walks, all within an hour's train journey of the capital, provides detailed maps, site descriptions, and café and pub listings for areas from Chilterns and South Downs to the Iron Age hill forts and stately suburban homes. Original.
... 175: Reading & Windsor; OS Explorer 171 and 172: Chiltern Hills West and Chiltern Hills East This satisfying walk runs between the affluent Thames towns of
Henley and Marlow, passing through the Chilterns village of Hambleden en route
Author: Rough Guides
Publisher: Rough Guides UK
Whether you fancy strolling the Saxon Shore, wandering in the Weald or enjoying a day of dawdling in the capital, the fully updated third edition of The Rough Guide to Walks in London and the Southeast is the ultimate guide to walks in this richly varied region. Suitable for all abilities and easily accessible on public transport from London, the walks range from short rambles to more challenging weekend hikes, and take you through beautiful open countryside, rural villages, seaside resorts and urban woodland. You'll be helped on your way with clear directions, stunning photographs and handy maps. Our expert Rough Guides author also tells you where to stop for great views, includes lively history on everything from smugglers' tales to druids, and recommends the best places for a filling pub lunch (or a well-deserved pint). There are twelve green walks within the capital, covering London's canals and woods and the Thames Towpath, and 33 routes throughout the Southeast. New accounts focus on finding greenery in the heart of the capital. Lace up your walking shoes, grab The Rough Guide to Walks in London and the Southeast, and make the most of your time in this picturesque corner of the country.
Author: John Miller Dow MeiklejohnPublish On: 1898
Chiltern Hills , . . East Anglian Heights , . Gog Magog Hills , . . Hampshire Downs ,
Inkpen Beacon , . . North Downs , . ... have their steep escarpment towards the
Severn , ( iii ) The Yorkshire Moors are the wildest part of Eastern England .
Author: Philip George and son, ltdPublish On: 1885
estern Valley or the Ouse SA MU Meis ast Andliann Plain 7 dhe Chiltern Hill
mums int LONDON river ; the second would ... and the four chalk ranges
branching out were the Chiltern Hills and East Anglian Heights to the anne north
- east , the ...
Hambleden is a small Chiltern village located just north of the River Thames
betweenthe townsof Henley andMarlow ... east–west here),with the Hamble
Brook occupyinga north–south orientated dry valleycut during the Quaternary
Author: Jills Eyers
Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited
This fascinating journey through the beautiful, protected area of England explores the history of the Chiltern Hills and its occupants.
Buckingham gives the titles careous stone , parallel with the Chiltern hills , at the
of Duke and Marquess to the family of ... of Northampton , on the north - east by
that of Chiltern hills is chalk of different qualities , with occaBedford , on the east ...
Crossing the Chiltern Hills , we reach Aylesbury , on an eminence looking down
upon its fertile vale , the county town , where the assizes and quarter sessions
are held . It carries on a large business in preserved milk , butter , and straw plait
The. high. grounds. between. the. eastern. side. of. the. Wash. and. the north
bank of the Thames comprehend -. The. Chiltern. Hills . The East - Anglian
Heights . The. Middlesex. and. Essex. Heights . The Chiltern Hills are a range of
high chalk ...
... of the county which corresponds with the eastern section of the Chiltern Hills
and in particular with the Chiltern dipslope, ... the consequence in large measure
of the fact that, in comparison with the north and east, it was cleared and settled
Author: Anne Rowe
Publisher: Univ of Hertfordshire Press
Dividing the county of Hertfordshire into four broad regions—the “champion” countryside in the north, the Chiltern dip slope to the west, the fertile boulder clays of the east, and the unwelcoming London Clay in the south—this volume explains how, in the course of the middle ages, natural characteristics influenced the development of land use and settlement to create a range of distinctive landscapes. The great diversity of Hertfordshire’s landscapes makes it a particularly rewarding area of study. Variations in farming economies, in patterns of trade and communication, as well as in the extent of London’s influence, have all played a part during the course of the postmedieval centuries, and Hertfordshire’s continuing evolution is followed into the 21st century. Lavishly illustrated with maps and photographs, this authoritative work is invaluable reading for all those with an interest in the history, archaeology, and natural transformation of this fascinating county.
The castle is now vested in residence clustering with roses and honeysuckles in
Albert Prince of Wales . their season . The Chiltern Hills , including the Chiltern
Hundreds , Kings Langley is about four miles from Watford , the only office under
South Downs , in Hampshire , Sussex , Kent . N . Chiltern Hills . East Anglian .
TRIBUTARIES . COUNTIES . CHIEF TOWNS ON RIVER BANKS . Kennet , s .
Bank Berkshire Wey , Mole Surrey Medway Kent Windrush , N . Bank Oxfordshire
CHILTERN HILLS ABOVE READING Amidst unspoilt well - timbered country in a
hamlet through which buses pass to Reading 5 miles ( Paddington 45 minutes )
and wilhin a ... CHILTERN HILLS EAST BERKSHIRE 500 ft . above sea - level ...
Boulderclay occurs on this escarpment as far south as the hills east of Hitchin ,
and the brick - earths on the Chiltern Hills ... Similar grey Boulder - clay is found
again in the lower ground west of the Chilterns as far south as Aylesbury and ...
Besides the fenland , which occupies the southeastern area of the county , the
marshes upon the eastern seaboard ... The easterly chalk ridge forms the Chiltern Hills and the East Anglian Ridge ; this fades out in Norfolk , just reaching
the sea ...
... manor of Huntercombe is on the Chiltern Hills , east of * There is a bill in the
early part of the reign of Henry III , for making the borough stocks . the town , and
has been before referred to in 340 THE HISTORY OF WALLINGFORD .