Bernwood Jubilee Way trail


The Bernwood Jubilee Way is a 61 mile trail cutting across 27 parishes. The path links together sections of the rights of way network, giving access to the ancient Bernwood Forest.

Our guidebook will help you discover the 'lost heritage' and quality of the surrounding landscape.

Using the Bernwood Jubilee Way as a basis, the guidebook covers over 48 miles of established trails in and around the forest boundary.

There are information panels along the trail that help bring the landscape to life. The 10 walks vary from 2 to 10 miles and have full instructions.

Each route has something to offer, whether your interested in:

  • history
  • biology
  • buildings
  • landscape
  • pleasant views

The guide details local pubs, bed and breakfasts, hotels, facilities and visitor attractions. It also includes information on public transport routes and car parking.

The Royal Hunting Forest of Bernwood

Discover the ancient royal forest of Bernwood on the Jubilee Way.

This walk is part of a series of short guided trails around the 61-mile circular Bernwood Jubilee Way, a celebration of the Queen's Golden Jubilee.

A detailed guidebook is available which allows walkers to explore and enjoy the beautiful landscape, wildlife and forgotten heritage of the ancient royal forest.

Discover more about the ancient hunting forest of Bernwood. A fascinating landscape in north west Buckinghamshire created from a legacy of royal forest law back in medieval times. Bernwood hosts a rich mosaic of woodland, pasture, meadow, heathland and picturesque villages.

Request a guidebook

To get a copy of the Bernwood Jubilee Way book, please email [email protected]. This is a hardcopy booklet so please include your name and address.