We have been having beautiful autumn months so far with blue skies, morning mists and amazing colours that are there to keeps us happy.
You can see the colours changing on the trees and the woodland ferns are slowly getting their typical coppery red brown colours. Simply, the nature is alive with amazing palette of colours to lift our spirit.
There are so many beautiful autumn walks out there and to narrow the vast choice, here is some mixture of our misty, crispy and colourful walks in Buckinghamshire and nationwide, just to inspire you.
Stanage Edge from Hathersage, Peak District Level : Moderate Length: 7 miles Time: 3-4 hrs Path: Uneven Path through gritstone edges. Landscape: Beautiful Dark Peak Area, Countryside Views
Parking: on-street parking in Hathersage
Stanage Edge is one of the most popular outdoor locations in England. Many people flock here, most for the traditional rock climbing . There is a difference between sport climning and trad climbing, but that topic belongs to different chatper, we are walking this time. This walk takes you from Hathersage on country tracks to Stanage Edge and then along the top, passing the climbers and then returning to Hathersage along countryside lanes. Some of the views during the walk are utterly beautiful especially on a clear day Map here, OS Explorer 1:25,000 Dark Peak Area
Haversham Loop in Little Linford, Bucks Level : easy Length: 4 miles Time: 2 hrs Path: Field paths and Woodlands,
Parking: Free Parking at BBOWT Little Linford car-park that is accessible from Newport Pagnell on B526 road towards Haversham
Calm and light, relatively young woodlands Little Linford Wood is recovering after its large parts were clear felled in the 80's. The woodland is also haven for Dormice thanks to the hazel tree areas which Dormice absolutely adore. Some dormice were introduced in these woods after the Channel Tunnel rail link run through their colonies and they had to be displaced. These tiny creatures have thrived here. For the walk, just follow the wildlife walk at the woods (1 mile) and then walk across the field towards Haversham.
Woburn Sands Woods, Circular Walks, Bucks Level : easy Length: 4 miles Time: 2 hrs Path: Soft Bridle Paths and Woodlands, tarmac road at the beginning
Parking: Free Parking at the end of Church Road that is accessible from Woburn Sands road A 5130
Our favourite Milton Keynes local area, the beautiful Woburn and Aspley Woods, easily accessible and privately owned by the Bedford Estate. This semi-ancient woodland offers a brilliant playground in a peaceful setting that is ideal for strolling, simple carless saunter through the woods. The abundant woodland wildlife includes rabbits and hares as well as a rich diversity of birdlife including a number of woodpeckers. All the bridle ways are circular, simply pick up one from the car-park and follow the sings.