Blackdown and Ridge Hill Walk
The Blackdown and Ridge Hill Walk is a beautiful stroll through the English countryside. Wander along this path in the summertime and see the blanket of vibrant wildflowers dancing in the wind as you walk through the woodlands. Keep your eyes open for wildlife that lives along this path as many different types of animals are known to travel through this area.
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Route Description for Blackdown and Ridge Hill Walk
The Blackdown and Ridge Hill Walk is a stunning stroll that provides a great mix of wildlife, terrain, woodlands and views. Beginning in the car park, you will wander along the path through the woodlands, and throughout you will catch glimpses of the stunning scenery around you. Continue along the path and follow the signage until you reach the top of Blackdown Hill. The vibrant green rolling hills can be seen for miles and will take your breath away. Continuing to walk, you will go through meadows full of wildflowers and enjoy a path of mixed terrain, flanked by woodlands teaming with wildlife. Complete the circular path that will lead you back to the car park where you began.
Getting to the Blackdown and Ridge Hill Walk Trailhead
To get to the Blackdown and Ridge Walk, take A320, A3 and A286 to Haste Hill in Haslemere and in 32.8 km, drive to Blackdown Lane, and in 0.3 km, you will arrive at your destination.
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