GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Beeches Way - Cookham to Yiewsley and West Drayton Walk

16 miles (25 km)

Follow the Beeches Way through the Chilterns from the River Thames at Cookham to the Grand Union Canal at West Drayton.
You start off at Cookham and head east to the wooded Burnham Beeches Nature Reserve. The reserve covers over 500 acres with a network of great woodland trails. There's also ponds, grassland, heathland with wildlife which includes Exmoor Ponies. The walk then passes through Fulmer before a lovely stretch through Black Park Country Park and Langley Park Country Park. The final stretch takes you around the lakes in Colne Valley Regional Park before finishing on the Grand Union Canal at West Drayton.

Beeches Way OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Beeches Way Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Beeches Way Pubs/Cafes

At the visitor centre in Burnham Beeches there's a lovely tea room where you can sit outside in a wooded glade. There's light bites, nice cakes and ice cream to refresh yourself here after your exercise.
If you would like to sample one of the local pubs we recommend the splendid Blackwood Arms Country Pub. There's great food, a cosy fire indoors, and a delightful garden area with nice views of the countryside. It's perfect for relaxing in on warmer days. You can find the pub at address Common Lane, Littleworth Common, with a postcode of SL1 8PP for your sat navs.

Photos

Burnham Beeches - geograph.org.uk - 18931

Burnham Beeches is owned by the Corporation of London. This ancient woodland is a National Nature Reserve.

East Burnham Common in Burnham Beeches - geograph.org.uk - 21294

East Burnham Common in Burnham Beeches

Elevation Profile

GPS Files

GPX File

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Memory Map Route

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