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Chiltern Hills

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Chiltern Hills near Nettlebed

The Chiltern Hills are a range of rolling hills running from Dunstable in Bedfordshire to the North Wessex Downs. the highest point is Coombe Hill near Wendover. the hills are encompassed by The Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and include Long Distance Paths, such as the Ridgeway and the Icknield Way, both of which date from before roman times.

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The Ridgeway runs from Ivinghoe Beacon in the north east to Overton Hill in the South west.

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