Disclaimer: Affiliate links (marked with *) are used in this ‘Trails in Berkshire’ blog post. I have also worked with the businesses marked with ** in a paid partnership.
There are a number of trails in Berkshire which you can take part in, many of which are free. If you have found this information useful why not join the Berkshire Mummies mailing list and follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook?
Trails in Berkshire
*Treasure Map Trails maps are available for Eton, Windsor, Maidenhead and Marlow. They are perfect for families with children aged 5 to 12 who are looking for an alternative outdoor adventure and an opportunity to discover a local town. Click here to buy a map.
**Windsor Walking Tour, explore Windsor using the Windsor Walking Tour on The Window Seat Guide App. The walking tour is packed full of insights into Windsor and really gets you to look at what is around you. Click here to read our review.
The Green Man Sculpture Trail, Jennett’s Park, Bracknell. Find The Green Men around Tarman’s Copse. Click here to read about our walk to find the wooden sculptures.
South Hill Park Nature Trail and walking trails, Bracknell. Click here for more information. Free of charge.
The Eton Walkway, Windsor. Free of charge. Click here for more information. During Summer 2021 Eton Information Centre have launched a special family quiz and teddy bear hunt, alongside the Eton Walkway. Pop into the information centre, 67 High Street, Eton.
The Food Chain Trail, Warfield. Click here to read about the walk we did to discover wooden carvings on The Food Chain Trail.
In Wokingham you can do The Mosaic Trail, The Blue Plaque Trail and The War Memorial Trail. These trails are all free, click here to access the trail maps.
Whilst walking around Wokingham make sure you keep an eye out for some black cats painted around the town, they are good fun to spot and are painted by ‘Catsy’.
Braywick Park Trail, Maidenhead. Free of charge. Click here for more information.
The Herschel Park Tree Trail, Slough. Free of charge. Click here for more information.
Outside of Berkshire
Burnham Beeches Sensory Trail, Buckinghamshire. Click here for more information.
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