Stretching your legs on Boxing Day after you've indulged a bit too much the day before is a time-honoured tradition in Buckinghamshire and beyond.

It's an ideal time to wrap up in your new winter warmers and go out and get some fresh air.

We have put together a list of some of the best walks and hiking trails in Buckinghamshire.

Here are the top five in our area according to TripAdvisor reviews.

Bucks Free Press: West Wycombe & Bradenham Walks. Credit: TripAdvisorWest Wycombe & Bradenham Walks. Credit: TripAdvisor

Boxing Day Walks in Buckinghamshire

West Wycombe & Bradenham Walks

Explore the countryside estates of West Wycombe, Bradenham and Hughenden this Boxing Day.

You can venture out to West Wycombe Hill, Naphill Common and Downley Common which are three of the 200 commons in the Chilterns. 

You can map your route via the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) website.

One walker shared their experience on TripAdvisor: "This is an excellent circular walk from West Wycombe up to Bradenham (or you can carry on to Saunderton) and then back round to West Wycombe.

"There is decent parking in West Wycombe and the walk is brilliant.

"Passes through some untouched sections of the Chilterns and Bradenham is a great little village with a very nice village green.

"The whole walk maybe takes 2.5 hours but, apart from climbing the hill to the Mausoleum at the start, is relatively flat."

Read the rest of the reviews via TripAdvisor. 

Treasure Trails

Take your Boxing Day walk up a notch with this Treasure trail in Wendover.

For only £9.99, you and the family can look for clues, solve a mystery and see the scenic sights of the town.

Rating it 5*, one visitor wrote: "We stumbled across the trail on the internet and we are so glad we did.

"We spent just over 6 hours in Wendover, about three of which was completing the trail.

"The clues are varied and interesting and the trail lets you explore lots of Wendover. We will definitely complete another trail in another town."

Read the rest of the reviews via TripAdvisor.

Chiltern Walks

If you've walked the Chilterns before, it's time you enjoyed some fresh air here again since there are endless walking and cycling routes to uncover.

You can even download some walks from the National Trust to inspire you.

One walker reviewed their visit on TripAdvisor: "You could spend a lifetime walking in the Chilterns without repeating a whole route or getting bored."

While another user added: "Just great. Chilterns are undervalued as a walking place.

"You will need wellies in winter. Hard to ride a bike on the trails.

Read the rest of the reviews via TripAdvisor.

Grangelands and the Rifle Range

You'll find the Grangelands and the Rifle Range just 1.5 miles from Princes Risborough and we have to say this scenic landscape is well worth the visit.

Enjoy the fresh air while exploring its 15 acres and trying to spot various animals grazing.

You could even hop on the Ridgeway National Trail if you fancied more of a workout that runs right through the grangelands.

Describing it as a "stunning countryside and walking area", one TripAdvisor user went on to rate the route 5* and leave this review: "It was a wide range of flowers and plenty of wildlife, including a number of butterfly species.

"The scenery and views are spectacular in good weather. A wonderful area to explore, to picnic and to walk."

Find out more about Grangelands and the Rifle Range via TripAdvisor.

Howe Park Wood

Take a wander in Howe Park Wood to help get your steps in this Boxing Day.

If you've indulged a little too much on Christmas day, drag your family or friends to stretch their legs in this ancient wood in Milton Keynes.

If you're looking for some inspiration of where to explore, look at this interactive map from The Parks Trust.

Find out more about Howe Park Wood via TripAdvisor.