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Sat, 18 Jan


Tring Station


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Time & Location

18 Jan 2020, 09:25 – 16:25

Tring Station, Tring Station, Tring HP23 5QT, UK

About the event

 Join us for a walk in one of the most popular places in the country and a perfect place for a winter stroll.

Walk through a 5,000-acre area with beech and oak woodlands, commons and chalk downlands, and see some of the fallow deer that roam the woods!

This exhilarating walk takes us up and down several hills and will involve ascending around 350m during our walk to our high point at the Ivinghoe Beacon at 233m, where we should get excellent views over the Hertfordshire countryside (weather dependent).

We return to Tring Station via wonderful woodland trails, which are exceptional whatever the time of year. A great walk to get out of the City, and take in some superb countryside, just 45 minutes from Euston.

The Ashridge Estate is in the heart of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and really has something for everyone!

Length: 14.6 km (9 miles)

Meeting point and time:


9:25 a.m. at Euston Railway station just in front of the Big WH SMITH next to Platform 11.

We will make our way to the platform at 09:50 a.m. If you are late I'm afraid we will not be able to wait.

We will take the 10:03 train* that arrives into Tring at 10:49 am.


Meet at 10.49 am at Tring Station

Ivinghoe Beacon

Ivinghoe Beacon is a prominent hill and landmark in the Chiltern Hills, standing 233 m (757 ft) above sea level. It is situated close to the village of Ivinghoe in Buckinghamshire, the Ashridge Estate, and the villages of Aldbury and Little Gaddesden in Hertfordshire and is managed and owned by the National Trust. Ivinghoe Beacon is part of the Ivinghoe Hills Site of Special Scientific Interest. It lies between the towns of Dunstable in Bedfordshire and Berkhamsted and Tring in Hertfordshire. It is the starting point of the Icknield Way to the east, and the Ridgeway long-distance path to the west. Ivinghoe Beacon is a popular spot for walkers, sightseers, and model aircraft enthusiasts, who use lift generated by the wind blowing up the hill – a technique known as slope soaring. Ivinghoe Beacon's appearance of remoteness, yet relative proximity to the film studios at Elstree, meant that it was a favored location for many dramas, especially those produced by ITC in the 1960s. The beacon has a memorial on top of it.

Hike fee: £5 

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