Clumber Park

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Clumber Park is a 7.7 kilometer loop trail located near Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Distance: 7.7 km Elevation Gain: 254 m Route Type: Loop


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A circular trail around Clumber Park, a large estate managed by the National Trust in Nottinghamshire. The route will give you chance to see many of the park's key features including Clumber Lake, Clumber Bridge, Clumber Chapel (often referred to as the Cathedral in Miniature) and a section of Limetree Avenue (the longest double-lined avenue of lime trees in Europe). The route is fairly flat with no stiles or gates. There are a couple of short flights of steps and some of the paths can get a little muddy and uneven but generally the ground is very good, so the route would be suitable for a rugged pushchair. The park is generally open during daylight hours but check on the National Trust website before you visit. Dogs are welcome in Clumber Park. The park gets very busy during summer weekends and bank holidays so if you want some peace then it would be best to avoid these times. There is a cafe and toilets at the start of the walk, and more toilets half way round. Approximate time 2 hours.

2 months ago

nice little couple of hours walk around the lake. parking a bit steep at £10 ok for once a year I suppose

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