Maps

We have three map versions of Hodgemoor Woods on this page. Scroll down to select the one which suits your needs. The third one is the new 2024 detailed map at https://hodgemoor.org.uk/map_2024.jpg.

MAP FOR WALKERS: We are pleased to make available a new 2017 map for walkers which you can download in pdf form by clicking here. Park at the car park on Bottrells Lane and enjoy the picnic area just on the right as you drive in (west) which the Forestry Commission keeps mown. A clockwise walk round Amber’s Trail, the Spring Link, south to Rawlings Corner, Widmer Corner, up the red-dotted path giving on to the meadows to the west, Highfield, the Beeches and back will take a couple of hours.

Click on the map above for a copy to print out.

MAP FOR HORSE-RIDERS AND CYCLISTS. You can download a copy of the simplified horse-riders’ and cyclists’ map with route names and instructions in PDF form by clicking here. To find the car park, take Silver Hill out of Chalfont St Giles centre and continue straight into Bottrells Lane. After about a mile the car park is on the left (south side of the road), most noticeable by the green metal barrier which is open to cars but which prevents trucks getting in.

DETAILED MAP. You can use a more detailed one prepared by the Thames Valley Orienteering Club whom we thank. You can download an A4 copy at 830kb at https://hodgemoor.org.uk/map_2024.jpg¬†or by scanning this QR code on your smart phone and clicking the link in yellow. Why not save the map to your smart phone to be able to consult it when you’re offline? We also have a high definition copy at 2.16mb which you can get from us by email; request at chairman@hodgemoor.org.uk

Hodgemoor-to-Penn ride

Penn ride, map and instructions – short and long versions