Some walks are memorable for the views or the weather, others are just a good opportunity to talk and walk. This one was the latter. No views to speak of (at least, if there were the mist hid them) and all in all a dull day. Nevertheless we enjoyed catching up on life and stuff. Lots of things are changing at the moment and it’s surprising how a good walk clears the head. Spring is certainly on its way and that does make things more interesting.
Parking up at Lacey Green we walk south towards Hughenden Valley before returning along the opposite side of the valley, by way of Walter’s Ash. No steep hills but plenty of mud! We didn’t walk last week and, it may be imagined but, it seemed harder than normal to walk 11 miles.
I think we’ve walked around here enough and it’s time to explore another part of the Chilterns….more next week…and it won’t involve a windmill.
Hughenden Valley picture gallery (more pictures on Flickr):
Distance: 11 miles ; Difficulty: Moderate
Postcode for Satnav: HP18 0BB