This picturesque Buckinghamshire based village includes a pretty duck pond, a fine old church and quaint thatched cottages. There's also some excellent walking through the surrounding countryside of the Thame Valley.
This circular walk from the village visits the neighbouring settlements of Dinton, Nether Winchendon and Cuddington. There's also nice views of the River Thame and a visit to Eythrope Park to enjoy on the way.
The trail makes use of the Aylesbury Ring and the Thame Valley Walk, two long distance waymarked footpaths which run through the countryside surrounding the village. In the villages there's quaint thatched cottages and historic churches to see.
PostcodeHP17 8EN - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations
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Walks near Haddenham
- Aylesbury Ring - This long circular walk takes you on a tour of the beautiful Aylesbury Vale in Buckinghamshire
- Thame Valley Walk - Follow the River Thame from Albury in Oxfordshire to Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire on this pleasant waterside walk
- Aylesbury Canal - This waterside walk takes you along the Aylesbury Arm of the Grand Union Canal
- Waddesdon Manor - Explore the beautiful grounds surrounding this exquisite French Renaissance-style chateau near Aylesbury
- Bernwood Jubilee Way - Explore the Ancient Royal Forest of Bernwood on this circular walk devised to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee
- North Bucks Way - This long distance walk through Buckinghamshire visits a number of pretty villages and takes you though the beautiful countryside of the Vale of Aylesbury
- Quainton Hill - This circular walk climbs to Quainton Hill from the Buckinghamshire village of Quainton
- Long Crendon - This attractive Buckinghamshire village has a number of photogenic ancient buildings, quaint thatched cottages and some pleasant riverside trails for walkers
The Rising Sun is a good choice for some post walk refreshment. They serve fine quality dishes and also have a lovely well maintained garden area to sit out in on warmer days. You can find them at postcode HP17 8EN for your sat navs.
The countryside and river valley makes for a fine dog walk. The Rising Sun mentioned above is also very dog friendly with water and treats available for your friend.
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
Head north and you can enjoy a walk around the grounds of the historic Waddesdon Manor. Here you'll find woodland trails, Victorian style gardens, a parterre with ornate fountains and a working aviary with a rose garden.
Just to the west is the neighbouring village of Long Crendon. Here you'll find a number of medieval timber framed properties including Long Crendon Courthouse which dates to the 15th century and is run by the National Trust. From the village there is also a pleasant footpath to the remains of Notley Abbey, an Augustinian abbey founded in the 12th century and located in a scenic spot by the River Thame.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Buckinghamshire Walks and the Chilterns Walks pages.