A beautiful walk around the lovely Henley-on-Thames, placed of the annual historical regatta.
Adjacent to the River Thames, Henley is overlooked by a beautiful Chiltern landscape of wooded hills and green fields.
The town was first described in the 12th century and is until today considered as one of the most beautiful English market towns with many interesting historical buildings.
Wooded geological terrain, a well preserve hamlet and the river path will feature during our exploration.
And of course the usual ‘it can be muddy so walking boots are better’ advise.
|Date:||Saturday, November 17|
|Meet:||St Aldates bus stop H3 at 8.45am (bus departs at 9.05am)|
|Distance:||16.1km (10.0 miles)|
|Fare:||£6 (return ticket)|
|Organizer:||Paola Celli (paola.celli ‘AT’ gmail.com)|