Coombe Hill is a National Trust managed site and is one of the best National Trust walks for kids. It offers an easy 1 mile walk through chalky grassland and woodland near the Prime Ministers’ country estate, Chequers. The views out across the Buckinghamshire countryside are worth the climb and is one of the loveliest walks in the Chilterns. If you have a pushchair with you, you’ll be able to manage the first half of the walk up to the Boer War monument.
There are no facilities on this walk so you would need to bring a picnic if you’re planning to spend the day here but it’s a lovely place to sit and watch red kites soaring past catching a thermal. Nearest public toilet facilities are in Wendover.
Also worth checking out is the nearby Tring Natural History Museum.
Parking: There are a few spaces in the free car park on Lodge Hill road, HP17 0UR. Parking is limited here so it is best to go early.