Tall Trees Trail

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Tall Trees Trail is a 3.7 kilometer loop trail located near Southampton, Hampshire, England that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips.

Distance: 3.7 km Elevation Gain: 67 m Route Type: Loop

kid friendly

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nature trips

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forest

river

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This short stroll through the New Forest National Park takes you along the Tall Trees Trail. Starting at the Blackwater car park, this is an easy and flat trail that passes along a variety of towering trees from all around the world, including the Douglas fir and redwoods. Be on the lookout for the Roe Deer native to this area. The path is mostly flat sprinkled with gravel and a few resting areas. There are no gates.

hiking
1 day ago

Great little walk around the arboretum and along the trail each side of the road. Impressive trees, including a few 'young' redwoods - would be nice to come back in 500-1000 years and see if they have got as big as the ones in Yosemite!

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful part of the New Forest, great place to take the dog!

hiking
3 months ago

Lovely walk in the forest! Benches along the walk to have a rest! Dogs loved it!

4 months ago

Not the best.

hiking
4 months ago

An easy and fun trail with beautiful, huge trees! It’s like a little bit of America in the UK!! There is also other foreign trees such as beautiful eucalyptus from Australia to see in the arboretum. Really recommend this walk, it was magical!

6 months ago

Amazing trees and good information en route. Slightly closer to the road than I'd usually like but still a great walk

11 months ago

Amazing trail with information on the tall trees. lots of other trails to follow for a longer new forest walk

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recorded winter quick walk

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