A charming woodland walk, heaving with bluebells and wildflowers in the Spring, and showcasing an array of colourful fungi in the Autumn. A variety of habitats, mature trees, streams and ghylls, lots of birdsong and glimpses of wildlife.
There are several very clearly marked colour-coded trails you can follow, this one is mostly the red route with a little bit of blue at the top to include the pond. Watch out in winter, it can be VERY muddy.
Free on site car park, recently resurfaced.
This is very close to the Hellingly Country Park walk so pop round there too if you have time and fancy a contrast – a beautiful park with lovely views, vintage trees, delightful pond, plenty of benches and some excellent children’s play equipment.
Walked, checked, measured and photographed: May 2021; additional pics May 2022, Oct 2022.
Click on a photo to enlarge and scroll through gallery view. Photos in no particular order, they are for inspiration only, and remember that things could change, especially depending on seasons/weather.
To follow an interactive map on your phone, install the free Map my Walk app and see our “How to” page. If you are following on your phone, remember that signal can be patchy in rural areas or dense woodland, we strongly recommend a printed map or screenshot backup.