Great Missenden

Date 19th February

Start Time 10.00am

Parking/Meeting Place - The car park in Link Road Great Missenden HP16 9AE (Free on Sundays)

Directions

From the Handy Cross roundabout above Wycombe go down the hill into Wycombe to the Magic Roundabout go left and then at the 2nd small roundabout go left on the A40 towards the Eden Centre at the next roundabout turn right on to the A4128 and follow it past Hughenden Manor and continue on the A4128 signposted to Great Missenden up Cryers Hill follow the A4128 for 5 miles into Great Missenden go past the Station and at the roundabout turn right and then very shortly left into Link Road the car park is on the left.

This link will show you the spot!

http://streetmap.co.uk/map?X=489492&Y=201502&A=Y&Z=115


Nat Grid SP894015 / SP8949201502
Nearest Post Code HP16 9AE
Lat (WGS84) N51:42:18 (51.70513128095276)
 Long (WGS84) W0:42:23 (-0.7063165778181265)
Lat,Long (WGS84) 51.70513128095276,-0.7063165778181265
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The Walk

This is an 8 mile route up one side of the valley and the back along the other with a couple of long but not particularly steep hills with good views and in part crossing through some of the route of HS2.

Lunch

Will be a picnic on the green at The Lee only a couple of seats so bring along a sit mat or similar and don't forget you sarnies or other food stuffs (Cake is optional)

 

If you wish to come on this walk you must register in advance with the walk leader Graham Baker by close of play on Friday 17th February
 
Walk Leader

Graham Baker

grabak013@btinternet.com

Tel : 01628 784093
Mobile: 07752534485

 
 

 

Disclaimer

The start times are all 10:00 am unless otherwise stated. The mileages quoted are a rough guide only and liable to change on the day. In extreme cases the walk may change completely so contacting the walk leader a couple of days in advance is recommended.

In the event of rain please do still meet us at the appointed venue, generally the walk will still take place or we will consider alternative plans.

Though we aim to take a common sense approach to the safety of our members and those present at STRIDE events, all those attending do so at their own risk.