Binfield, ‘The Hill Farm Lane Circuit’
Distance: 2.5 miles / 4km
Start point: Jack O’Newbury pub on Terrace Road North.
This walk takes you through attractive farmland in the parish of Binfield.
DocumentCountryside walk - Binfield
Wildmoor, Broadmoor and the Devil’s Highway
Distance: 4.1 miles / 6.6km
Start point: Wildmoor Heath car park, off Crowthorne Road.
This anti-clockwise route takes you through woodland, heathland and a section of the old Roman road lying to the east of Crowthorne.
DocumentCountryside walk - Wildmoor
Warfield, ‘The Northern Lanes’
Distance: 6.7 miles / 10.8km
Start and finish point: Frost Folly, the country car park in Wellers Lane
This longer walk follows paths across farmland of northern Warfield.
DocumentCountryside walk - Warfield
The Winkfield Circular Walk
Distance: 2.8 miles / 4.5km
Start point: The car park for St Mary’s Parish Church in Winkfield.
This anti-clockwise walk will take you through picturesque Berkshire farmland.
DocumentCountryside walk - Winkfield
For a more detailed map refer to Ordnance Survey Explorer map 160.
We have a range of circular walks particularly good for dog walking and enjoying nature.
Below you can download details of each walk.
DocumentGreat places for circular walks map
Long distance routes
The Ramblers Route:
- is a 26 mile/41.8km walking trail around the outskirts of Bracknell Forest
- follows footpaths, woodland tracks, bridleways and some stretches of road
- is made up of 2 loops, forming a figure of 8 circuit
- the Southern Loop is 13 miles/20.9km long and the Northern Loop is 19 miles/30.5km long
The walk is not physically demanding, but inexperienced walkers should only attempt the route in stages. Certain sections can also be wet and muddy after rain, particularly those through woodland areas.
DocumentBracknell Forest ramblers route
Blackwater Valley Path
The Blackwater Valley Path:
- has 23 mile/37km of path
- follows the River Blackwater from its source south of Aldershot to Swallowfield where it meets the rivers Whitewater and Loddon
- passes through countryside, parks and nature reserves along its route, which is also well served by public transport
For information and a map of the route visit the Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust website.
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