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Christmas and New Year Walks in Berkshire

Here are some great family friendly walks which would be great to explore over the Christmas and New Year period.

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Christmas and New Year Walk Ideas

  1. Dinton Pastures, Wokingham

    A family walk around Dinton Pastures Lake with a fantastic large play area and cafe. Dinton Pastures - Things to do in Berkshire

  2. The Copper Horse, The Long Walk, Windsor Great Park

    An opportunity to walk to a well know landmark in Windsor great park. The walk is flat but long and feels like a real adventure.
    The Copper Horse, Windsor Great Park

  3. Buckler’s Forest, Crowthorne

    Buckler’s Forest covers 100 acres of forest, grasslands, heathland and ponds. The site was once the former Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) and on your walk you may see some existing features of the research site including the fire tower. A pond at Buckler's Forest, Crowthorne

  4. Cabbage Hill, Warfield

    Cabbage Hill is a series of walking paths set around green space over looking Bracknell. We did this walk last year and enjoyed seeing the Christmas decorations on some of the houses. Cabbage Hill view of Bracknell

  5. Baths Island to Windsor Bridge, Windsor

    A lovely walk with great views of Windsor Castle plus a chance to see the boats with an opportunity to feed the birds.
    Windsor Bridge

  6. Boulter’s Lock and Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead

    This is a leisurely walk with a small park, chance to watch boats coming in and out of the lock plus thereby are birds and guinea pigs on the island. Boulters Lock

  7. Braywick Nature Reserve, Maidenhead

    A walk through a formal park garden and open fields. There are sculptures to find and even a ‘tele-tubby’ hill to climb!
    Braywick Nature Reserve

  8. The Nature Discovery Centre, Thatcham

    A walk around lakes where you can see lots of different types of birds. There is a great play area plus a hatch serving food and drinks. Discovery Nature Centre Thatcham

  9. Aldermaston Wharf, Aldermaston

    A canal walk along the Kennet and Avon Canal where you can see the locks in operation and watch the electric lifting bridge.
    Aldermaston Lock at Aldermaston Wharf

  10. Finchampstead Ridges, Finchampstead

    A woodland and heathland walk with fantastic views. Finchampstead Ridges Vantage Point

  11. Lily Hill Park, Bracknell

    This is a great park for an adventure, with woods, board walks, bridges and woodland to explore plus England’s Largest Picnic Bench made from one single piece of wood. Boardwalk and Bridge at Lily Hill Park in Bracknell

  12. Simon’s Wood, Finchampstead

    A fantastic woodland walk with a large pond in the middle of the woodland. Island on the pond at Simons Wood

  13. Hungerford Wharf

    Hungerford Wharf is a lovely circular walk, where you can see a lock, bridges, a church and boats of course. You can also enjoy visiting Hungerford town. Hungerford Wharf Swinging Bridge and Church

  14. Hurley Riverside

    Hurley Riverside is perhaps one of the most picturesque walks in Berkshire, where you can enjoy the riverside and Hurley Lock.
    Hurley Riverside

  15. A walk around Horseshoe Lake

    The walk takes you on a loop around Horseshoe Lake in Sandhurst. You also walk along River Blackwater for part of the walk.
    .Horseshoe Lake Sandhurst

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