The densely wooded grounds of the Ashridge Estate are owned by the National Trust and there are many paths and bridleways which you can discover. The Monument built in 1832 to honour the Duke of Bridgewater - builder of the canals is worth a look and at weekend (March to Oct) you can climb to the top.
An 85 mile walk following a route along the ridges of the Chilterns and Berkshire Downs used by prehistoric man. The route starts at nearby Ivinghoe Beacon - one of the highest points of the Chiltern Hills.
Built as the Grand Junction Canal as a main arterial canal route from London to Birmingham. The nearby Wendover Arm (currently under restoration by The Wendover Arm Trust www.wendovercanal.org.uk) was typical of the network of branch lines that were built to link towns to the main line.
Your chance to come face-to-face with a full-sized gorilla! Discover the fascinating range of animals collected by Lionel Walter Rothschild in this beautiful Victorian Museum. It is home to the world-class research and collections of the Natural History Museum's Bird Group
During the summer months they dance Cotswold Morris and the occasional dance from other traditions. You'll find them in some unspoiled corner of the Chilterns near the borders of Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, always in close proximity to a pub