Local Walks

Please click on the headings to view each walk for detailed maps and photographs :-
We are indebted to the Sarratt WI for allowing three walks to be featured each month from their delightful booklet containing 12 walks around Sarratt entitled "New Walks on Old Paths".
The booklet is on sale at the Village Post Office for just £3.00.
Chenies - Sarratt Bottom Walk - This walk is courtesy of The Chiltern Society

This website takes you outside of our Parish and has recently gone nationwide - very useful.


About 4 1/2 miles through fields and woods, slightly marred by M25 noise along one section.

About 3 1/2 miles

Dawes Common - Rosehall Farm - Belsize - Plough Wood - The Old Forge.

A pleasant walk, mainly through farmland, with wonderful views of the Chess Valley and glorious bluebells in spring.

Four and a half miles.

Dawes Common – The Splash – Mount Wood – Goldingtons -The Cock – Newhall Farm Drive – Dimmocks Lane.

A varied walk in the Chess Valley especially enjoyable in Spring when the wildflowers are at their best.

Sandfield Wood - Dawes Lane - The Boot - Old Cottages - Newhall Farm Drive - Dimmocks Lane.
A gentle easy walk of about 3 miles through the fields surrounding the village with no hills and few stiles.

Bucks Hill - Little Westwood - Jeffreys Farm - Apostles Pond - Belsize - Plough Wood - Old Forge
A varied walk of some 6 miles with some hill incorporating Chipperfield Common with wonderful autumn colours and a superb bluebell wood in the spring.
Sanfield Wood - Dawes Common - Rosehall - Valley Farm - Dawes Lane
A walk of about 4 miles along ancient tracks for lovers of woods and their flora.
Beautiful swath of spring bluebells.

6 1/2 miles
An interesting walk through mixed woods and farmland.
Dawes Common - Rosehall_Bragmans_ Flaunden - Holly Hedges Lane - Woodmans Wood - Windmill Hill - Apostles Pond - Commonwood - George V Field
Approximately 3 and a half miles
Old Forge - Dellfield - Commonwood - Bucks Hill - Jeffreys Farm - Quickmoor Lane - Playing Field.
The first part is through the village of Sarratt and its long green, then through the fields towards Chipperfield.

About 5 miles.
Dawes Lane - The Chess - Mountwood Farm - Chenies - Sarratt Bottom.  
A river walk to Chenies with some small hills giving wonderful views

4 miles
Commonwood - Penmans Green - Chipperfield - Hillmeads - Plough Lane - Old Forge.
A varied walk through beautiful woodland with some hills.
Sarratt WI - Walk Number Eleven (superb for bluebells in May)
Two and a half miles
Rousebarn Lane – Merlin’s Wood – Harrocks Wood
This walk is the best walk for looking at bluebells in the Spring - the most glorious time of year.

About 5 miles
Chenies - Sarratt Bottom Walk
This circular walk taking abou three hours at a leisurely pace and excluding pub stops.
The walk starts at Chenies village green where there is limited roadside parking.