GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Ashridge Boundary Trail

16 miles (26 km)

This walk takes you on a tour of the National Trust owned Ashridge Estate in the Chiltern Hills. The estate consists of 5,000 acres of woodlands, commons and chalk downland which supports a rich variety of wildlife.
The walk starts at the Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre next to the Bridgewater Monument, erected in 1832 to the Duke of Bridgewater. You can climb the monument for fabulous panoramic views of the estate before starting the circular tour of the beautiful grounds.
Highlights on the walk include the Golden Valley to the north-east of Ashridge house which was created by famous landscape gardener Capability Brown in the 18th century. You will also visit Ivinghoe Beacon, with its splendid views of the Vale of Aylesbury, Berkhamsted Common and Dunstable Downs. Another highlight of the walk is the popular Dockey Wood. The little wood is located towards the north eastern section of the estate and is covered in pretty bluebells in the spring months.

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Ashridge Boundary Trail OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

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Photos

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Bridgewater memorial at Ashridge estate

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Berkhamsted Common

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Ashridge House

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Bluebell Wood, Little Gaddesden

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Gallows hill

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The Whipsnade Lion, Ivinghoe

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Ivinghoe Beacon

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Incombe Hole from Steps Hill

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GPS Files

GPX File

Ashridge Boundary Trail.gpx (right click - 'Save As')

Memory Map Route

Ashridge Boundary Trail.mmo (right click - 'Save As')

Map