The Chiltern Society aims to conserve and protect the natural beauty, environment and heritage of the Chilterns. The Society´s Rights of Way Group actively protects and restores open access land and public rights of way in the Chilterns –– some 5,000 paths. It has surveyed every individual path and takes up irregularities with parish, district or county councils to preserve and enhance public rights. The charity has over 6,500 members and organises weekly walks and cycle rides, as well as volunteer work parties to carry out footpath maintenance and other conservation projects.
We welcome non-members to join our walks, it is an excellent way to meet our members and learn more about the work of the Chiltern Society. If you become a regular member of our walking programme, we would ask you to become a member of the Chiltern Society, to support our work in caring for the Chilterns.
For a list of our leaflets and instructions on some of our more popular walks see: www.chilternsociety.org.uk/