The Chiltern Way is a waymarked long-distance footpath in the Chiltern Hills of southern England. It was created by the Chiltern Society as a Millennium project.


The Chiltern Way runs for around 200 kilometres (120 mi).[1][2] There are three extensions - the North Chiltern Trail, the Southern Extension and the Berkshire Loop - adding a further 122 kilometres (76 mi) between them.[2][3]

The route is circular and runs through the Chiltern Hills region, passing through parts of the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire. The route includes the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and many of the town and villages situated in the Chilterns such as Chalfont St Giles, Marlow, Radnage, and Stokenchurch.[2]

See also


  1. ^ Chiltern Way, Long Distance Walkers Association. Retrieved 2021-05-30.
  2. ^ a b c Chiltern Way, The Chilterns AONB. Retrieved 2021-05-30.
  3. ^ The Chiltern Way, Chiltern Society. Retrieved 2021-05-30.

Moon, Nick (2016). The Chiltern Way and Chiltern Way Extensions (2 ed.). Chiltern Society. ISBN 9780904148336.