Barton Hills is a nice example of chalk downland and woodland, located near the village of Barton-le-Clay in the county of Bedfordshire, England. They make part of the Chilterns Hills. The woodland includes a significant population of large leaved lime trees. The reserve is a also a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest. The hills are a popular place for walkers, families and wildlife passionates. This reserve is the principal site in Bedfordshire for the pasqueflower. It can be accessed by a footpath from Church Road.