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Jocks Lane and Blue Mountain Walk is a 2.4 mile loop trail located near Bracknell, Berkshire, England and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips.

Length 2.4 mi Elevation gain 370 ft Route type Loop
Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Walking Running
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Getting There

An easy circular walk between Bracknell and Binfield in Berkshire, visiting a park, a river, tree-lined paths and lanes and a couple of places of historical interest. This walk includes one section that can be muddy after rain, but is still suitable for families with buggies. This is also a good route for dog walkers. There are no stiles or livestock on route. Allow 1.5 hours.

This walk starts at the Jock Lane Recreation Area (RG12 2BH), on the northern side of Bracknell. Jocks Lane has a free car park, toilets, cafe, play areas, tennis courts, crazy golf etc. It is also the home of Jocks Lane Miniature Railway, which offers ride for children of all ages on bank holidays and the second Sunday of every month.

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Kate Kate
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Kate Kate
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Jenni Light
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muddy but good 6k loop from western road

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Jenni Light
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muddy, went off track and ended up missing jocks lane - good alternative 6k

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Mike Coker
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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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Melanie Jewell
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Kate Kate
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Lisa Whitton
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Thomas Johnson
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Melanie Jewell
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