The Chiltern Chain Walk

The Chiltern Chain Walk is an "unofficial" walk created by Pete Collins, inspired by the Hertfordshire Chain Walk. It runs for about 384 km, the twenty circular walks linking together to form a lazy looping route seeking to take in most of the interesting places in the Chilterns, running from the northern edge near Dunstable to the western edge with the Thames at Goring.

Having started to walk the Hertfordshire Chain Walk, I thought the Chilterns equivalent looked interesting too, and the walks are a good length, being deliberately planned to all be around the 20 kilometre length, which is just right for me.

My walks on the Chiltern Chain Walk

Date From / to Distance on Path   Approx time Colour

Total walked so far: 37 km, or about 10% of the route

Home Up Angles Way Capital Ring Chiltern Chain Walk Hertfordshire Chain Isle of Wight Coast Path Lea Valley Walk London Loop Mid-Suffolk Footpath New River Path Norfolk Coast Path North Downs Way Peddars Way Ridgeway South West Coast Stour & Orwell Walk Stour Valley Path Suffolk Coast Path Thames Path Yorkshire Wolds Way