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Boxing Day Walks in Berkshire and Surrey

Here are some Boxing Day Walks in Berkshire and Surrey which you might like to try. Boxing Day is a wonderful day to be out and about exploring and getting some fresh air after an indulgent Christmas Day.

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Boxing Day Walks

  1. Hurley Riverside, Hurley

    Hurley Riverside is perhaps one of the most picturesque places we have found to walk in Berkshire. You can walk along the tow path and enjoy watching Hurley Lock in action. Hurley Thames Path

  2. Snelsmore Common, Newbury

    Walking at Snelsmore Common has lots of different walking route options and is made up of a range of habitats which include woodlands, wet mires and heathland. You might even spot the Exmoor and New Forest ponies if you are lucky.Snelsmore Common Ponies

  3. Walking at Dorney Wetlands, Dorney

    Here you explore The Jubilee River which runs from Maidenhead to Windsor. There is some wonderful wildlife to spot during this flat walk.
    Cormorant at Dorney Wetlands

  4. Hungerford Wharf, Hungerford

    Hungerford Wharf is a lovely walk which incorporates walking in Hungerford and along the canal.Canal at Hungerford

  5. Woodland Walk at The Pinewood Centre, Wokingham Without

    There is a great woodland to explore at The Pinewood Centre in Wokingham Without. There are also wooden sculptures to discover during your walk, plus to great play areas. Pinewood Centre Woodland Walk

  6. Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead

    Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island make for a gentle walk, but there is lots to see including the boats going through the lock and Boulters Weir. You can also feed the birds, play in the small play area and find the wooden sculptures and wobbly bridge dotted around the island. Boulters Lock Maidenhead

  7. A circular walk at Ankerwycke

    Why not enjoy a walk at Ankerwycke? This walk is steeped in history – during the walk you can visit the Ankerwycke Yew, a 2,500 year old tree. Make sure you take wellies as this walk is muddy in the winter. Ankerwycke Yew

  8. Ascot Heath at Ascot Racecourse, Ascot

    Take a walk at Ascot Heath which gives fantastic views of Ascot Racecourse. There is also a small play area too.
    The Heath Ascot Racecourse

  9. Lightwater Country Park, Surrey

    Lightwater Country Park is a lovely place to walk, with walks through woodlands, heathland and around ponds to explore. There is a good sized play area and also cafe too. Lightwater Country Park Lake

  10. Walking at Hindhead Common and The Devil’s Punch Bowl, Surrey

    Hindhead Common and The Devil’s Punch Bowl is an impressive place to walk, with great views of the ‘punch bowl’ plus a number of walking route to pick from. There is a cafe next to the car park and also wooden logs, stepping stones etc to climb for the children.
    Hindhead Common and Devil's Punch Bowl

  11. The Copper Horse – Long Walk, Windsor Great Park

    Walk along the Long Walk in Windsor and enjoy views of Windsor Castle, Windsor Great Park and The Copper Horse. The Copper Horse, Windsor Great Park

  12. Simon’s Wood in Finchampstead

    Walk through the woodland in Simon’s Wood and why not walk around the large pond you will find in the middle of the woodland?Island on the pond at Simons Wood

  13. Bath Islands to Windsor Bridge in Windsor

    Enjoy a walk along the River in Windsor taking in views of Windsor Castle. View from Baths Island

  14. The Nature Discovery Centre, Thatcham

    Visit The Nature Discovery Centre in Thatcham and walk around the lakes. Read the fact boards on your way around and take time to enjoy the birds from the bird hides. The walk if flat, so buggy friendly. It can be muddy in the winter, so an off road buggy would be best. There are two play areas, toilets and a cafe. Nature Discovery Centre Thatcham Berkshire

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