Set on the delightfully wooded Greensand Ridge, Aspley Guise is one of the oldest villages in Bedfordshire. Wildlife in the area includes Muntjac and Fallow Deer, rabbits and hares as well as a rich diversity of birdlife. The walk winds through Aspley Wood which is carpeted with bluebells in the spring.
Start/Finish Point: Start from The Anchor public house. Start Nat GR SP944360.
How to get there by car/Parking: Aspley Guise is situated just south of Junction 13 of the M1. From Bedford follow the A421 to Juntion 13 and continue straight over the motorway onto the A507. Parking is available in the Village Hall car park on Spinney Lane.
Aspley Guise (Historical interest) - Woburn Sands