Bishop’s Waltham and Dundridge Walk
The Bishop’s Waltham and Dundridge Walk takes you through mixed terrain and provides a great workout. Expect the landscape to unveil rolling hills throughout the woodlands, so you can get your heart pumping and put your fitness to the test. Take in some of the beautiful views of the countryside as you walk along this path.
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Route Description for Bishop’s Waltham and Dundridge Walk
The Bishop’s Waltham and Dundridge Walk is a quiet stroll along country lanes. The views along this walk are less about rolling hills in the distance and more about enjoying the nature that surrounds you. Wildflowers blanket the forest floors and can be seen in the spring and summer months. In wetter seasons, wellies will be key as this area can get quite muddy throughout.
If you are looking to get a great workout, this path is the perfect option. The mixed terrain that makes up this path provides a heart-pumping journey for anyone who walks along it. This path is not suitable for families but is a great option for you to bring your furry companions. This is a circular walk, so you will arrive back where you began.
Insider Hints for Bishop’s Waltham and Dundridge Walk
- The Crown Inn at Bishop’s Waltham is a great place to stay or to grab some refreshments after the walk.
Getting to the Bishop’s Waltham and Dundridge Walk Trailhead
To get to the Bishop’s Waltham and Dundridge Walk from Southampton, head north on Above Bar Street toward Brunswick Place/A3024 and continue on A3024 to your destination which you will arrive at in 17.9 km.
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