Welcome to our new website!
We’re delighted to launch our brand-new website; your destination for everything Chilterns!
Take a look at the site to explore and enjoy the Chilterns countryside and discover new exciting places to visit. Learn about the Chilterns landscape; from its hillforts and chalk streams, to the nature and wildlife that lives in it. Discover how we care for the Chilterns AONB through our work and partnerships and be inspired to get involved. We hope you like it.
NEW: Visit the Chilterns
For our new website, we’ve integrated a whole new section full of information on the best things to see, do and eat in the Chilterns.
You can read about Chilterns market towns and villages, plus there is a whole section on food and drink, from tours and tastings at distilleries and vineyards, the best picnic viewspots, afternoon teas, pub stops and farms with cafes.
Check out our recommendations for walks, rides and countryside activities at all levels of ability. We’ve put together some information on wheelchair accessible countryside routes and stile free walks for those with limited mobility.
Plus, read some recommendations for different ways to have fun outdoors, from taking a funghi foray to wild swimming, boat trips to den building.
Many small businesses in the Chilterns have put together special bookable experiences, from landscape photography workshops to painting, bushcraft to e-bike tours, wildlife walks to hot air ballooning, foraging and wild cooking to children’s farm experiences. Explore our Chilterns bookable experience collection.
Interactive map of the Chilterns
Regulars to the website will be pleased to see that you can still explore our interactive map.
You can filter it to explore attractions, walks and rides, historic places and figures and more.
What we do
We’re the Chilterns Conservation Board. Learn more about what we do and how we do it – from working with partners to managing the Chilterns landscapes and special qualities of the Chilterns, from promoting sustainable tourism and business to influencing planning and development.
Read all about our flagship projects which include major landscape scale conservation initiatives, and involve people of all ages in citizen science, education projects, conservation volunteering, and monitoring the health of plants, wildlife and rivers.
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