The riverside town of Marlow is a lovely spot for walking. With the Thames path and some lovely countryside and woodland there's lots of good options for walkers.
This is a popular 4.5 mile walk from the town to the nearby village of Cookham. It's a particular lovely stretch of the river with the option of continuing onto Maidenhead if you have time.
At Cookham you also have the option of linking with the Beeches Way and following the path east to the splendid Burnham Beeches Nature Reserve. Around Cookham you can also cross the river and visit the National Trust owned Cliveden House.
Marlow Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Marlow Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Marlow OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Marlow Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Walks near Marlow
- Marlow to Henley - A popular riverside walk between these two picturesque towns
- Cookham River Circular Walk - The little village of Cookham is situated in a particularly delightful spot by the River Thames
- Bisham Woods - These woods near Marlow have some nice walking trails to try
- Beeches Way - Follow the Beeches Way through the Chilterns AONB 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
- Thames Path - Starting at the Source of the Thames at Thames Head in Gloucestershire, follow the iconic river through beautiful countryside and historic towns to the city of London.
The path runs for 184 miles running alongside the river for nearly the whole route making for a glorious experience whatever time of year
- Cliveden House - Explore the stunning gardens and woodlands surrounding this Italianate mansion near Maidenhead
- Burnham Beeches - This National Nature Reserve and woodland has miles of good walking trails to try
- Chiltern Way - This is the original 125 mile circuit of the Chilterns AONB taking you through Hemel Hempstead, Chalfont St Giles, Marlow, Hambleden, Bix Bottom, Ewelme, the Ridgeway, Stokenchurch, Great Hampden, Aldbury, the Dunstable Downs Country Park, Sharpenhoe Clappers and Harpenden