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Woodland Walks in Berkshire

Berkshire has many great walks to offer, including ones in the forest and woods. We have explored several and will continue to add Woodland Walks in Berkshire to this post as and when we discover them.

Woodland Walks in Berkshire

  1. Finchampstead Ridges, Finchampstead

    This walk has spectacular views and there is also the opportunity to walk in woodland alongside heathland. Finchampstead Ridges Vantage Point

  2. Simon’s Wood, Finchampstead

    Simon’s Wood is a wonderful woodland walk through a beautiful woodland. In the middle of the wood is a large pond and there is also the Centenary Trail to follow. Wood at Simon's Wood Finchampstead

  3. Buckler’s Forest, Crowthorne

    Buckler’s Forest is an impressive place to walk covering 100 acres. There are designated walking routes along set paths but the forest trees are tall, stunning and have a jurassic feel to the alongside the balancing ponds dotted around the site which is situated on the old Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) site. A pond at Buckler's Forest, Crowthorne

  4. Englemere Pond, Ascot

    Englemere Pond is a woodland walk with a circular walk around a large pond at the centre of the nature reserve. Paths at Englemere Pond Nature Reserve, Ascot Berkshire

  5. Lily Hill Park, Bracknell

    Lily Hill Park has some fantastic woodland areas to explore throughout the park, including an amphitheatre under the trees and some wooden sculptures, plus the largest picnic bench carved from a single piece of wood in England. https://berkshiremummies.co.uk/walking-in-lily-hill-park-bracknell/Lily Hill Park, Bracknell

  6. Allens Field, South Ascot

    Although not the longest walk there is a woodland trail at Allens Field in South Ascot. There is also a small wooden play area and wooden sculptures. Allen's Field, Ascot

  7. Wildmoor Heath Nature Reserve, Crowthorne

    At Wildmoor Heath Nature Reserve you can walk on heathland and in woodland. There are a number of walking routes you can explore. Wildmoor woods, Crowthorne

  8. Woodland Walk at the Pinewood Centre

    There is a wonderful Woodland Walk through almost 18 acres of woodland. There are different woodland paths to take and wooden sculptures to discover in the woods. Pinewood Centre Woodland Walk

  9. The Green Man Sculpture Trail, Tarman Copse, Jennett’s Park

    Explore Tarman Copse and discover The Green Men hidden within the woodland. The walk is dog and buggy friendly.
    The Green Man

If you have found this blog post useful why not check out Walks by Water in Berkshire and Trails in Berkshire for some more walk inspiration?

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