Geotrails in Bedfordshire - Clophill

Introduction

This trail explores the landscape, geology and land uses surrounding Clophill over millions of years, from the Cretaceous (approx. 95 million years ago) to the present day. The trail is a steady walk of approximately 9km or 5.6 miles.

 

How To Get There By Passenger Transport

Click here for bus and train timetable information.

How To Get There By Car

The village is situated near the intersection of the A6 between Bedford and Luton and the A507 between Ampthill and Shefford.

There is roadside parking in the village – please park considerately.

Please park considerately. Remember to take all valuables with you and ensure that your car is securely locked.


The Starting Point

This circular walk starts on the top of the Greensand Ridge at Old St Mary’s Church to the north of the village of Clophill.

Access and General Information

Distance: 5.6 miles (9 km)

Time:

Pending Update

 

Route Description

Click here to download the route description and map.

Acknowledgements

This leaflet was produced the Bedfordshire Geology Group.  Click here for their website.