Pack and Prime from Henley (2401)

Saturday 22 May ~ 2:00 PM

Join the Ramblers group for a scenic walk from Henley. From the centre of Henley we take the historic Pack and Prime Lane to reach the neighbouring village of Rotherfield Greys. Via a discreet path between the church and the pub we access the Chiltern Way and Dog Lane to return to Henley across open country and woodland.  You can enjoy exploring the town and riverside of Henley either before or after the walk.

Route Details

4.8 miles
2.5 hours
Fairly easy (some gentle inclines, steps/stiles)


Over 6s

Meeting arrangements

We will meet at Henley Town Hall. There is paid parking in town centre car parks (quite full on Saturdays) or free on street parking on the edges of the town. Either way you will need to allow at least 15 minutes for parking.

Walk Leader

Mair Hunt, Ramblers Association

Public Transport Links

Trains using London or Reading routes. Buses using Oxford, High Wycombe or Reading routes

Family Friendly

No special interest for children but quite accessible

Dogs Welcome

Dogs on leads welcome


Footpaths, one up hill stretch and two stiles

Further Information

The footpath can be muddy in wet weather so choose suitable footwear.

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