The Chilterns Walking Festival offers tens of guided countryside walks across Bucks.

The festival runs from May 25 until June 5 with a programme of more than 75 guided walks of varying lengths, including River Chess highlights and historical discovery tour around Old Amersham with a guide.

To explore River Chess, the precious chalk stream, walkers set off from Little Chalfont at Chalfont and Latimer railway station on Saturday June 4 at 10am.

The guided 5.5 mile walk over three hours will go past Neptune Falls, Frogmore water meadows, picturesque villages and Chilterns heritage sites - and even a ghost. 

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This River Chess walk tour, a collaboration between the Chilterns Conservation Board and Visorando, will be led by Delphine Gimat, an experienced international walk leader.

She is passionate about travel, the outdoors, and self-development. Nowadays she is a community developer for Visorando, a collaborative walking app.

The co-leader Mary Tebje lives, works and loves the Chilterns, and created the special walking itinary with some of the highlights Chess Valley has to offer. 

During the walk, with its difficulty rated moderate, walkers can enjoy drink and cake or ice-cream inclusive with the £5 walk fee.

More information and all the walks across Bucks can be found here or email