Walking is the most popular countryside recreation, and is well catered for in the Colne Valley Regional Park. Facilities include short circular walks on surfaced paths and there are leaflets detailing much longer countryside rambles. Below you will find ideas of self-guided walks, including short circular walks and information about guided walks within the Colne Valley.
Support the Colne Valley
Did you know the Colne Valley Regional Park relies on donations and grants in order to be able to look after this precious countryside? If you have enjoyed your time in the Park recently we would be extremely grateful for any support no matter how big or small to help us with the work we do.
These are walks you can do at any time that suits you. Either pick up a leaflet from the Visitor Centre or see the links below.
Walks from the Colne Valley Visitor Centre/Denham Country Park
If you are visiting Denham Country Park we highly recommend our short and easy access circular route from the Visitor Centre towards the Grand Union Canal. This route is approx 1.3 miles (2km). Download the map below, or you can visit our Colne Valley Visitor Centre and Riverside Cafe for a copy (small fee applies).
Local Walks in your area
Here are some local groups who are sharing specific walks to the area where they live for other people to try and enjoy. They are a great way to encourage us to walk and explore our local countryside and rights-of-way. Find out more here;
Guided Walks are led by local groups with particular knowledge and understanding of the area.
There are a number of local group walks in the Colne Valley Park to try;
Colne Valley Regional Park Team also holds regular guided walks. To check if we have anything scheduled head to our Events Page.
Please don’t forget to check any needed requirements to enjoy the walk.
If you want to discover about the wildlife and plants of the Park, visit our Events Page for more information.