Ivinghoe Beacon is a hill that lies in the Chiltern Hills
in Buckinghamshire, close to the county border with Bedfordshire
. It is a prominent landmark standing at 757 ft above sea level. It is not, however, the highest point of the Chilterns, which actually occurs a few miles to the west of Invinghoe Beacon at Coombe Hill near Wendover
. Ivinghoe Beacon is close to the villages of Ivinghoe
and Aldbury in Buckinghamshire and the village of Little Gaddesden in Hertfordshire
. It is part of the Ashridge Estate
and is owned by the National Trust
. Ashridge Commons and Woods and the Ivinghoe Hills have been designated Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs).
More British Natural features?
Other Buckinghamshire Naturals
The Chiltern Hills
The Great Ouse
Vale of Aylesbury