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Aylesbury duck on named white discAylesbury Ring

50 km / 31 miles

Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire
Originally created by the Aylesbury and District group of the Ramblers, the route is never more than 5 miles from the centre of Aylesbury, encompassing some of the remoter areas of the Vale and passing through Great Kimble, Dinton, Waddesdon, Hardwick, Rowsham, Hulcott and Aston Clinton. Much of the western route is coincident with the North Bucks Way.


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Waymark: Aylesbury duck on named white disc
Aylesbury duck on named white disc
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SP869078 - Wendover, Buckinghamshire
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Aylesbury Ring (Buckinghamshire County Council - 2011)


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Route Profile:

49.7 Km (30.9 miles)
428 m (1,404 ft) ascent
146 m (479 ft)  maximum height