A circular walk around Ibstone in Buckinghamshire.
If Walked in The Spring this is a great way to see millions of beautiful Bluebells in The Chilterns, England. This circular walk is around 10kms and is quite a strenuous affair as there are two very steep climbs plus a couple of short but even steeper knee-benders. To get to the start take the A40 (marked to Chinnor and Thame) heading north-west from Stokenchurch - around a 3/4s of a mile along the A40 take the
left hand turn marked to Watlington and Christmas Common. Stay on this road as it crosses the m40 and continue on past the Cowleaze Woods car-park. At Watlington road junction stay ahead and then shortly you reach Christmas Common road junction. Go left and you will see a parking area on the right alongside the hedgerow - there is parking for around 8 cars here.
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