The Chiltern Summit – Did I really hill climb to the highest point in the Chilterns?

The hill climb up to The Chiltern Summit was absolutely fantastic, and to take in such stunning natural beauty that surrounded the climb up was exhilarating. However, did I really hill climb up to the highest point in the Chilterns? Hard to believe this was the highest point, but the proof is in the video.

The three boulder monument at The Chiltern Summit read the following “This Cairn at a height of 876 ft (267 m) marks the highest point on the Chiltern Hills, and was erected by the Parish Councils of Aston Clinton and Halton, by the Chiltern Society, the Forestry Commission and the Royal Air Force, Halton, to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second in 1977.

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Inside look…

  • Stunning panoramic views

  • Amazing hiking trails

  • Mostly gravel / dirt / grass trails

  • Steep hill climbing

  • Wonderful ancient woodlands

  • Hilltop farm views

  • Cairn / Trig point

  • Open meadows

  • Some wildlife & bird spotting

  • Scenic setting

  • Lots of historical value

  • Perfect for a family day out

  • Great for short or extended hiking routes

  • Cafe onsite nearby

  • Toilets onsite nearby

  • Free lay-by parking & paid parking

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