We are now in stage three of the goverment's roadmap to easing lockdown and controlling the spread of Covid-19. See our latest guidance on access to the Chilterns countryside HERE. Please respect the countryside and others around you, take care to follow social distancing rules and have consideration for the farmers and those who care for this special landscape.
Social-distance friendly walks: We have developed a series of social-distance friendly walks which avoid the main honey-pot areas. Between 2 and 6 miles long, the walks start in market towns or villages. SEE HERE
A fantastic waymarked cycling route right around the Chilterns, passing historic villages, country pubs, lively market towns and National Trust properties with plenty of wonderful views along the way. There are many options for day rides and weekend breaks.
Loads of walks and bike rides in the Chilterns of all lengths, including long, medium and short distance, stile-free and easy-access
There are many ways to spend an enjoyable day out, from a picnic at a stunning viewpoint to visiting one of the area’s historic houses - browse lots of Chilterns attractions
With 4 railway lines, 20 stations and even an Underground line the Chilterns is easy to reach by public transport
Since medieval times the Chilterns has been a source of timber, furniture, meat, dairy produce, fruit and much else, find out what tasty food and local crafts you can buy today
Swanky hotel or country inn, there's loads of options when choosing accommodation for your visit