Cycling in Jordans
The Chilterns Cycleway is now open, offering a 170 mile circular route in the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It links attractions, market towns and places of interest. The path is on-road, mostly on quiet lanes, and is clearly signposted. Experienced cyclists can also cycle into London along the Grand Union Canal path. Sustrans have produced a pocket sized guide to the National Cycle Network. 'Thames Valley Cycle Map' no. 10 covers this area.
Other things to do nearby
There's 1.5 acres of miniature marvels, exciting railways, model towns, landscapes and intriguing secret corners to discover at this model village.
Rub shoulders with Kylie Minogue and the Beckhams, have your photo taken with the Queen or scream in the Chamber of Horrors. One of the most famous tourist attractions in London.
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