Blog (Walking) - Visit The New Forest

  • Top 10 Family Walks in the New Forest

    Top 10 Family Walks in the New Forest

    Does anything beat a great family walk? One on which you see new things, discover new places and maybe stop off for a scrumptious picnic or at a delightful pub? We don’t think so which is why we’ve compiled the ultimate guide to the best family experience of all – a walk in the magical New Forest.

  • Car Free New Forest!

    Car Free New Forest!

    Here in the magical New Forest we’re always keen to do our bit to help ensure it remains one of the UK’s premiere nature hotspots, as well as a beautiful place to be. 

  • Spring Has Sprung!

    Spring Has Sprung!

    The clocks are forward, the sun is out, the flowers are blooming and in the New Forest that means only one thing – Spring has sprung! After the long, dark winter our magical New Forest is bursting into life so now’s the time to take a wander through our Ancient Woodland to watch the leaves emerge.

  • Top 5 Accessible Routes in the New Forest

    Top 5 Accessible Routes in the New Forest

    The New Forest is so magical and we want everyone to be able to explore every part of it, no matter what their mobility is! Whether you want to discover the beautiful wildlife in our heathland and woodland, or if you fancy enjoying the beautiful scenery of the coastline, we have the perfect accessible routes for you. 

  • Top 10 Pub Walks in the New Forest

    Top 10 Pub Walks in the New Forest

    What two better things to combine together than a peaceful walk in the New Forest followed by a well-earnt visit to one of our country pubs?! With 143 miles of footpaths, 193,000 acres of land to explore and over 60 pubs, the New Forest is the perfect place to enjoy a pub walk!

  • Walking in a winter wonderland?

    Walking in a winter wonderland?

    … you will be if you come to the New Forest!

    Winter in the New Forest is a magical time of frosted, rustling leaves, wild pink and orange sunsets, starry skies and roaring fires in our pubs and restaurants. The bare landscape makes it easier to spot our ponies and deer, too, as well as foxes and owls.

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