The 2 Hams walk

Sat 12th Jan 2019

Walk Details:

Event Type
Group Walk
Region
Southern England
Local Group
London
Distance
19ml.
Start Time
09.05
Route
Circular from Amersham station (8.27 from Marylebone) north via Chesham and Ley Hill
General Notes
Pub or picnic lunch at Ashley Green. Some woodland tracks could be very muddy
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Walk Report

The 2 Hams Walk, Saturday 12th January 2019
8 walkers, 20 miles - leader Jerome Ripp
A rather grey gloomy day with odd bits of drizzle, almost mud-free due to the dry winter to date.
Amersham, Chesham and the low hills to the east in the morning with lunch at Ashley Green.
A hillier afternoon with ridges and bottoms via Asheridge and Chartridge and the long valley of Herbert's Hole.
Some loops were requested en route and the leader kindly responded. An enjoyable Chilterns day.
Photographs by Gavin Fuller

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