The lovely circular family walk is approximately 2 miles long cutting through a mix of woodland and open fields.
One of the highlights of this walk for our boys is the big hollow in the woods, where the kids loved running down the steeps sides. This plus the bridge running over a very small stream gives lots of opportunities for adventure! We loved the beautiful views 🙂
Need to know
Distance: just under 2 miles long although this can be extended or shortened as needed.
Buggies/Prams: not ideal on this route.
Parking: we park on the road near the Prince Albert pub.
Pit stop: the Prince Albert Pub! Although we haven’t tried it out as pubs were not open at the time of writing. Let us know what it’s like if you do try it!
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