Incombe Hole: SOLD

Walk 12: Incombe Hole. December. Buckinghamshire

Incombe Hole

Walking Diary: I walk up the side of Incombe Hole which is a steep-sided, dry valley. It would have been created in glacial times when the chalk was fractured by water freezing and thawing in its pores Over the grassy knolls of Steps Hill I embark on my final climb towards the Beacon The weather is on my side and I enjoy rewarding sights across the flat. To my right I can see Dunstable Downs and behind me is the famous Whipsnade Lion. I bought my first house not far from here in a village called Slip End on the edge of Bedfordshire. The sun sets on an inspiring walk and the last day of a brilliant year.