Clues To Go    -    Tring to Studham.

THIS ROUTE IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE, AS SOME OF THE FEATURES ARE NO LONGER APPLICABLE.

Tring is located 5 miles east of Aylesbury, on the A41. Just north of the town are the four reservoirs that keep the Grand Union Canal topped up with water. They are a National Nature Reserve & a haven for wildlife.

The route ends in the quiet village of  Studham, south of Dunstable. Although quiet, it still manages to support two pubs - suitable locations for refreshment after the journey.

The route crosses the Grand Union canal several times, passing the Pitstone Windmill & through the woodlands of the Ashridge Estate, with its monument to the Duke of Bridgewater, the pioneer of canals in Britain.

On the way, Ivinghoe & Aldbury (famous for its morris men) provide some picture postcard village scenes.

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