Families can enjoy some of Buckinghamshire’s most beautiful countryside this weekend with walks of five, 10 or 18 miles through the Chilterns.
Now in its third year, The Clare Foundation’s annual red kite charity ramble is set to attract 500 fundraisers.
All of the routes are marshalled to prevent walkers getting lost.
Mike Elliott, chief executive of The Clare Foundation, said: “Over the past two years the walk has increased its numbers dramatically and we are expecting this year’s ramble to be our most successful ever.
“The walk is a great opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK and raise money for good causes at the same time.
“It’s a family event so please feel free to bring children and dogs along as well.”
The ramble starts and finishes at the Clare Foundation in Saunderton on Sunday (today).