Pete's Walks - The North Bucks Way

About my walk

I walked the North Bucks Way in both directions, thus making a 70-mile walk. I did it in 5 days spread over September 2005, walking about 14 miles each day (7 miles in each direction).

All the mileages given are very, very approximate and are not to be relied upon. I got them by measuring in thumb lengths on the map and then calculating each day’s distance as a percentage of the whole distance, assuming that this total length was 35 miles.

Click here to see a very rough map of the North Bucks Way (but only if you have already read my disclaimer and notes regarding maps).

A note about the photographs: I didn't always have a camera with me on this walk, as I didn't decide to create a web site until much later. But I repeated parts of this route when I walked the Aylesbury Ring and the Cross Bucks Way, and so have included photos that I took then. As in all such cases where the photo's were taken at a later date I have added the date to the captions below the photographs.