On a cold & wet Saturday morning 4 cyclists left Camden to cycle through Buckinghamshire. We started in Amersham station and headed north on the road to Chesham and turned east to the village of Hyde Heath.
After leaving the B485 toward Ballinger we started our beautiful cycle in the narrow roads of Buckinghamshire leaving behind us scenes of cars driving up and down the road. The photo of Oxford street was taken in Ballinger and the village shop is located in this street. From Ballinger we cycled toward Tring mostly descending, something we will pay when leaving Tring.
We stopped in the Reservoirs north of Tring for a lunch break. There are a small pub that we didn’t find very nice so we took the lunch in a tea house, just out of the reservoirs. The only time in the day it was raining was when we sat in the tea house eating our lunch and fortunately when we left the rain stopped.
We had a short walk to see the birds in the reservoirs and to see the canal.
We had back to Chesham, payingback the downhill we took before, now we had to climb back, almost approaching Chesham we decided to take a detour and cycle to Latimer.
The way was magnificent, we caught the tube back from Chalfont and Latimer.