Walking The Ivers
The parish of Iver is situated within South Buckinghamshire and comprises the villages of Iver, Iver Heath and Richings Park. It is in the middle of the Colne Valley Regional Park, 43 square miles of countryside on the western edge of London, stretching from Rickmansworth in the North to Staines in the South.
Much of Iver Parish is designated Green Belt and surrounded by several Country Parks. Criss crossing the Ivers is an approximate 30km network of around 35 Public Rights of Way Footpaths, Tracks, and Bridleways, popular with walkers, cyclists and horse riders and often passing through stunning countryside and areas of historical interest.
“Walking the Ivers” is an online Video playlist of this network of Public Rights of Way. Viewers select a Footpath or Bridleway to join a real time, accompanied walk, experiencing its sights and sounds with occasional pauses where knowledge of the route, its flora and fauna may be shared. Viewers may leave their comments on these videos, increase the sharing of knowledge about the Ivers.
“Walking the Ivers” brings residents and potential visitors an insight into this unique network of Footpaths and Bridleways, improving awareness and encouraging more to visit and experience them for real. Taking a walk or exercising outside in green spaces and natural light is a great way to connect with nature and improve health and mental wellbeing
How to View the online Video playlist
Option 1: Open YouTube, the online video-sharing platform and search “Walking the Ivers” to view the playlist
Option 2: Join the Walking the Ivers Facebook Group www.facebook/groups/walkingtheivers