Knocking Hoe National Nature Reserve

Introduction

Knocking Hoe NNR is an area of chalk grassland at the north end of the Chilterns. The site is of exceptional importance in supporting large populations of a number of rare plants.

How To Get There By Passenger Transport

Click here for bus and train timetable information.

How To Get There By Car

The site is 0.5km north of the B655 between Barton-le-Clay and Hitchin.
There is a car park on the B655 just south of the reserve.

Start/Finish Point

Access to the site is via paths from the B655.

Access and General Information

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Route Description

Click here for more information and a map.

Acknowledgements

This site is managed by Natural England.




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