The Buckinghamshire Greenway

The Buckinghamshire Greenway is a network of walking and cycling routes.

When complete, it will connect the entire county from the north (Brackley) to the south (Colne Valley).

The routes

View a map of the overall Buckinghamshire Greenway, PDF, 925 KB

View more about the individual routes:

Future development

We are currently building an extension from Wendover to Uxbridge (the Misbourne Greenway) with our partner Sustrans.

They are also working on the feasibility for the remainder of the route. This would run between Great Missenden and the Colne Valley, passing through:

  • Amersham
  • Chalfont St Giles
  • Chalfont St Peter

How the greenway interacts with HS2 works

The northern section is linked to the delivery of HS2 because it intersects with it in several locations.

We've agreed with HS2 Ltd and the Department for Transport that the greenway should be incorporated into the HS2 design at these points.

Benefits of greenways and cycle routes

Creating the greenway contributes towards our main council priorities, including:

  • responding to climate change
  • improving health by reducing congestion and encouraging exercise
  • boosting local tourism

The greenway is accessible for all users. This builds on Buckinghamshire’s heritage as the birthplace of the Paralympics.

Stay updated with developments

We are working with partners on some parts of the greenway, including the Department for Transport, Sustrans and The Chiltern Society.

Subscribe to the newsletters for updates on new or improved routes: