Many years afterwards I lived for a short while on the Chiltern Hills.
The village lies at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, not far from Dorchester.
It stands in the Chiltern Hills near Stokenchurch and is a large square pile surrounded by a broad moat.
The lofty spur of the Chiltern Hills which overhangs the church of Ellsborough is traditionally the site of his tomb.
Once my company took train to Dunstable and advanced on an imaginary enemy that occupied the wastes of the Chiltern Hills.
A few days ago I pitched some halfpence into a reservoir sixteen feet deep at the Chiltern Hills.
It lies at an elevation of about 500 ft. on the bleak northward slope of the Chiltern Hills.
It occupies one of the most beautiful situations on the Thames, at the foot of the finely wooded Chiltern Hills.
The Chalk rises abruptly from the low lying argillaceous plain to form the Chiltern Hills.
It lies in a narrow valley on the south flank of the Chiltern Hills, on the upper part of the river Lea.