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The Bailiwick and Windsor Great Park Walk

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Windsor Great Park

The Bailiwick and Windsor Great Park Walk is a 4.7 mile loop trail located near Egham, Surrey, England that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Length 4.7 mi Elevation gain 564 ft Route type Loop

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Lake

River

Pub walk

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Getting There

A circular pub walk from the Bailiwick pub in Englefield Green. This lovely pub sits right alongside one of the entrances to Windsor Great Park, and makes an ideal place to get coffee and a danish or a pint and lunch before or after your walk. The walk route follows the wide tarmac rides around the south east corner of Windsor Great Park. You'll have chance to see the Obelisk Pond, the polo lawns, Virginia Water lake and enjoy the vast expanses of landscaped parkland. There are just a few gentle inclines, with just one gate and no stiles to negotiate. The paths are all either tarmac or well made stone surfaces, so it would be suitable for pushchairs should you wish. Dogs are welcome in Windsor Great Park but must be kept on the lead for a couple of the sections and see the signs along the way. Allow 2 to 2.5 hours.

Englefield Green can be found just off the A30 between Staines and Sunningdale. The walk starts and finishes from the Bailiwick pub on Wick Road. The pub does NOT have its own car park alongside. There are about 20 free car parking spaces in the long lay-by on Wick Road, but if these are full there is a large pay on entry car park alongside. Approximate post code TW20 0HN.

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Jeremy Hodge
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Hiking

A fairly easy walk with mostly hard standing walking. Was not to taxing with some small inclines/declines but nothing to taxing. On a grey & drizzly day a lovely splash of reds, pinks, whites & yellows from the azaleas, magnolias, camellias & daffodils from the Valley Gardens were very welcome. Lots of dog walkers & joggers on route.

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Angela Cearns
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Hiking

Well paved, lovely park especially good if you want to avoid mud in between rainy days

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KumbiMakore KumbiMakore
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Hiking

nice walk encompassing Great Windsor park and Virginia Lake and the lush polo fieds, nice.

Tim Salisbury
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Hiking

Nice walk. Beautiful azalea’s. Definitely for those who like an easy to follow walk rather than a bit more off the beaten track

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Claire S
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First to Review

Love watching the polo matches here in the summer.

Ashish Saxena
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Pauline Rayner
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askari namazi
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Tina Viragh
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David H
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Stuart Smedley
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Neil Aung
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Jack Cox
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Phil Drake
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Emma Parker
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Dan P
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Pat G.
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Pat G.
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Neil Ferguson
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