GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Bow Brickhill Woods Walk

3 miles (5 km)

This walk explores the woodland to the east of the village of Bow Brickhill in the Borough of Milton Keynes.
The circular walk starts in the village and follows footpaths east to Brown's Wood and Wavendon Wood. There's miles of peaceful trails with the option of extending the walk into the adjacent Aspley Woods. You can also pick up the Milton Keynes Boundary Walk and use the waymarked long distance trail to further explore the area.
Just to the north west you'll find some pleasant waterside walking and cycling trails around Caldecotte Lake.
In the village you'll also find a noteworthy 12th century church and a train station on the Marston Vale Linethat linksBletchleyandBedford.

Postcode

MK17 9JU - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

Bow Brickhill OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Bow Brickhill Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Walks near Bow Brickhill

Pubs/Cafes

Back in the village you can enjoy some refreshment at The Wheatsheaf bar and grill. They serve a fine Sunday lunch and also have some outdoor seating if the weather is good. You can find them at 21 Station Road, MK17 9JU.

Dog Walking

The woodland trails make for a fine dog walk and the Wheatsheaf mentioned above is also dog friendly.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

On the eastern side of Milton Keynes there's Newport Pagnell to explore. There's some lovely riverside trails, a fine local park and several historic buildings to see in this nearby town. The town is well known for being the original home of the exclusive sports car manufacturerAston Martin. There's also a Grade I listed iron bridge dating from the early 19th century to see here.

Photos

Church Road, Bow Brickhill - geograph.org.uk - 1564926

Church Road, Bow Brickhill

Fallen tree in Bow Brickhill Park - geograph.org.uk - 2953014

Fallen tree in Bow Brickhill Park

Public Bridleway - geograph.org.uk - 217551

Public Bridleway. The view southwards into Browns Wood along the bridleway that joins up with the Milton Keynes Boundary Walk.

Path by Wavendon Wood - geograph.org.uk - 2339395

Path by Wavendon Wood

GPS Files

GPX File

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