From Streatley to Barton-le-Clay
This section of the North Chiltern Trail affords spectacular views from near Streatley all the way along the ridge that ends in Sharpenhoe Clappers. There are dramatic combes, splendid wild flowers in season and a poignant reminder of the 1914 – 1918 war at the highest point. Add the remains of a medieval moated manor and a converted water mill and you have a walk of some 5 miles that is both enjoyable and rewarding.
Unless otherwise indicated John Hockey took the photographs in 2014.
GR: Grid References from 1:25,000 sheet number 193
An interactive map shows where these photographs were taken, and you can also see where there are pubs on or near the Trail.
• Use + or – to change the amount of detail on the map
• Click on any section of the Trail to highlight it and click on stars to see thumbnails of the photos
• Click on the box at right of "Base map" (scroll down below stars in list) to select satellite view
• Click on the link at top left of the map to return to the photograph albums
Click here to see the North Chiltern Trail interactive map