This walk starts in Frieth village and does a short loop through the joining fields, into a small bit of woodland before returning on a circular loop. The walk finishes with walking through Frieth village itself. It is such a quiet village that we didn’t find it a problem walking the kids down the road.
When we visited there were some old tractors in the woodland that the kids enjoyed playing on – that said, I would not suggest this is safe or allowed!!
Need to know
Parking: park on the roadside near the start of the footpath in Frieth
Distance: the route is just over 1 mile long
Buggies/Scooters: not really… there were kissing gates to go through and the route is mainly through fields.
Pit stop: in Frieth village there is the Yew Tree pub. We haven’t been in here but it looks lovely.
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