Explore the most popular Trail Running trails near Bracknell with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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24 days ago

There is now a new park in the north-east corner of this route. If you have time then it is worth exploring the park which contains ponds, wildflower meadows, an orchard and benches where you could enjoy a picnic. There are a couple of entrances to the park from the Temple Way to Forest Road section of the trail, and you can re-join the trail at the car park at the Wood Lane to Temple Way 2 waypoint.

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1 month ago

A couple of updates on this walk. I will revise the walk when the development mentioned below is completed: - As you approach Piglittle Meadow, the path is diverted round the Amen Corner North building site. Follow the diversion and go through a gate by a Piglittle Meadow sign and then turn left to follow the wood-chip path through a copse. When the path leaves the copse it climbs to the oak tree mentioned in the instructions. I think this diversion improves the walk. - When you reach the roundabout under the A329M I recommend that you follow the alternative route up London Road as the slip-road verge is currently overgrown. - Shortly after the instructions mention passing between concrete posts. There is now a shiny new kissing gate at this point.

6 months ago

This is a walk of two different halves. The first half of the walk is through countryside, with the second half through urban Bracknell. There are a few areas where you walk beside busy roads and care is needed. Give the walk a try and leave your feedback.

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Enjoyed this walk (again) today. Autumn trees looked great in the sunshine. Our dog loves it although she is mainly on the lead for the walk.

Monday, January 30, 2017

We completed this walk in the last Saturday of January 2017. we really enjoyed the changing scenary and Ceasers Camp gave lovely views across the Berkshire countryside.

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

It's worth taking some time to look around both the buildings and the grounds of South Hill Park. It's really is a gem with formal gardens, a lake with a fountain, art galleries (free) and a bar/cafe.

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