Hundred Acre Wood Circular Walk
The Hundred Acre Wood Circular Walk is a family-friendly path full of scenery, and takes you through the woodlands. The path is also dog-friendly and is a great place for your pup to get some exercise. This path does travel on some roadways, so attention to your surroundings is recommended.
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Route Description for Hundred Acre Wood Circular Walk
The Hundred Acre Wood Circular Walk is a family and dog-friendly journey through the woodlands of South Downs National Park. It begins at the Wickham Rail Station and takes you along an old rail line and then disappears into the forest. Halfway through this path lies an adventure playground, which is a great spot to take a break with the kids.
The remainder of this path does take you out onto public roads, so being aware of your surroundings is essential, especially with young kids or pets. You will head along the A32 road for the remainder of the walk and this will lead you back to where you began.
Getting to the Hundred Acre Wood Circular Walk Trailhead
To get to Wickham Rail Station to begin the Hundred Acre Wood Circular Walk, take Gordon Road to Trinity Street and after 0.3 km, take A32 to Mill Lane in Wickham. Continue on Mill Lane, and after 0.3 km, you will arrive at your destination.
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