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Lanemar one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Lane End and Marlow.

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Lane End
Grid Ref SU8084991734
Lat / Lon 51.61864° / -0.83360°
Easting / Northing 480,849E / 191,734N
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Grid Ref SU8507986250
Lat / Lon 51.56872° / -0.77385°
Easting / Northing 485,079E / 186,250N
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Lanemar One's land is

Arable 18.3%
Pasture 37.2%
Urban 22.1%
Woods 22.4%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Derick Rethans

13 Nov 2022 Autumn

I walked this on a warm autumn afternoon, from Lane End to Marlow. Again, a delightful walk, and not very muddy. It had not rained a lot in the last week. Lots of wood land, with amazing colours.

From Lane End the route starts along a green public footpath, and soon has you going through a field with (in my case) newly seeded crop fields. I decided to walk along the outside of a bit, as I didn't want to be the first person to trample on it. I did have to cross it though to end up in the lovely Coachway Wood, with great colours in the trees. The woods were a little muddy, but the paths were still easy enough going. At Blues Farm there are some great views, before the route continues through Shillingridge Wood, where the path was a bit up and down-y. Lots of the rest of this route is on a path through the trees on the edge of fields, which was nice as it blocked the low sun from reaching my eyes. There are some steep sections, but not too long. Then it is down the hill into Marlow, with some narrow wood-paths and some good views of the surrounding villages.


02 Jan 2022 Winter

Walked on 02/Jan/2022, this was very muddy in parts.
I would walk it again. There are no stiles, but there are steep and slippery sections. There are some lovely views, and some pleasant woodland walks. It's not hard to follow, except in one place near Blueys Farm/Beacon Lane, where it's easy to take a wrong turn and end up in a private drive.
Alternatives for certain sections are:
1. Instead of taking the Chiltern Way up the hill out of Mundaydean valley, turn left and walk half a mile along the very quiet road and turn right up the grassy hill. Rejoin route at top of hill. Much better views on the climb, and better underfoot. There is a little more tarmac and it is slightly longer.
2. To reduce climbing and shorten the route, but with more mud, and more tarmac, do not climb out of the Mundaydean valley. Continue straight up the very quiet road in the MundayDean valley, which becomes a muddy footpath, rejoining route at the entrance to Shillingridge Wood.
The route is reasonably safe, with no need to cross or walk on busy roads. Marlow has bus services and a train station. Lane End has a bus service, but not on Sundays, when a 2 mile walk is needed to reach the A40 and a bus to High Wycombe.

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