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Number of results: 26

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  1. Beaulieu Food Trail

    2.2 Miles each way

    This walk roughly follows the route of the wildlife rich Beaulieu River and finishes at the historic shipbuilding village of Bucklers Hard.

    To access the route map click the website link above.

  2. Add Avon Valley Walk to your Itinerary

    Avon Valley Walk

    34 Miles

    This walking route will take you from Salisbury - one of the most beautiful cathedral cities in England - to Christchurch Priory and the sea.

    To access the route map click the website link above.

  3. Add Seaside Fun to your Itinerary

    Seaside Fun

    On this walk you will discover the beautiful beaches of Barton-on-Sea, Milford-on-Sea and the nature reserve at Keyhaven. Stop off at a pub on the walk for a nice refreshment.


    To access the route map click the website link above

  4. Burley Food Trail

    3.3 Miles or 5 Miles

    On this trail, you’ll get the chance to experience a taste of New forest Cider, traditional sweets and handmade fudge.

    To access the route map click the website link above.

  5. Add Knightwood Oak to your Itinerary

    Knightwood Oak

    0.4 Mile


    This tree is believed to be the oldest Oak tree in the New Forest. Enjoy the surroundings on this very easy walk.

    To access the route details click the website link above.

  6. Add Hordle Cliffs to your Itinerary

    Hordle Cliffs

    2 Miles, 2.6 Miles

  7. Add Ober Water to your Itinerary

    Ober Water

    1 Mile or 1.5 Miles


    The two circular trails go along a beautiful stretch of the Ober Water river under the trees on a good gravel path.

    To access the route map click the website link above.

  8. Beaulieu to Bucklers Hard

    2 Miles

    One of the most popular routes for families is from beautiful Beaulieu to the historic Buckler’s Hard.

    To access the route map click the website link above.

  9. Add Cadmans Pool to your Itinerary

    Cadmans Pool

    0.9 Mile or 500 Metres


    Great for picnics during your gentle walk, or just to sit and enjoy the view of the Pool.

    To access the details on route click the website link above.

  10. Add Lyndhurst to your Itinerary

    Lyndhurst

    Discover Lyndhurst's rich heritage, as you stroll through the village. There's lots of local pubs for you to grab something delicious to eat or just have a beverage.


    To access the route map click the website link above.

  11. Add Hatchet Pond to your Itinerary

    Hatchet Pond

    1.9 Miles or 1 Mile


    Hatchet Pond is the largest area of fresh water in the New Forest. It is very beautiful and can be enjoyed on these easy trails.

    To access the route details click the website link above.

  12. Add Rufus Stone to your Itinerary

    Rufus Stone

    0.2 Miles


    The Rufus Stone is a very short walk from the car park on a good gravel path and the legend on the stone is worth the effort.

    To access the route details click the website link above.

  13. Brockenhurst to Lyndhurst

    6.5 Miles

    Cycle through Forestry Commission Inclosures that take you from the edge of Brockenhurst village, to Lyndhurst.

    To access the route map click the website link above

    To access the route map click the website link above

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