Chinnor Circular Short Walk


Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway © Andrew Smith
Midsomer Murders in Chinnor © Des Blenkinsopp
Farmland and bridleway, Chinnor © Andrew Smith

This walk is through one of the most interesting areas of the Chilterns with a rich mix of industrial heritage, secluded gardens, panoramic views and sites of interest for their geology and their natural history. The trail holds special interest for steam railway enthusiasts and fans of film and television! This is the short version of the Chinnor Circular walk. For the longer trail please click here.

The Chilterns is defined by its geology, particularly its chalk. Nowhere is the geological richness of the Chilterns more in evidence than on this walk. Richness in terms of the mixture of flower rich grassland, high forest and agricultural land, and in terms of the commercial value of the underlying chalk as a natural resource.


Assuming a constant pace and no stops, typically it will take 34 minutes to walk the distance and along the way 151 calories will be burnt.

Bird's Eye View