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Trails

Running

A group of runners enjoying an early morning jog along a forest road.There are two running trails here at High Lodge – the 321 Run Forest Run course and the 10km Wild Running Route.

 

 

Walking

Family walking on a woodland trailThere are four waymarked walks at High Lodge - the Nature trail (1.5km), the Pine trail (1.5km), the Fir trail (5km) which leads to the Beech trail (5km). A map showing the walks around High Lodge is available from the Information Point. 

Practice your map reading skills and find your way around the permanent Orienteering course at High Lodge. There are three routes you  can take depending on your level of skill and fitness.

Cycling

Family cyclingHigh Lodge offers four waymarked cycle routes - the family friendly Shepherd trail (green), the Poacher trail (blue), the more challenging Beater trail (red) and Lime Burner trail (red).

 

For current cycling trail and site information please visit High Lodge Today. Download our new cycle trails map.

Cycle hire is provided by Bike Art and is located at High Lodge (Tel: 01842 810090).

Family Trail & Advanced Trail Videos

Cycle Trail Development 

Cycle Trail Construction, Cardinham ForestClick here to see details of how we are currently working to develop our cycle network at High Lodge.

 

 

Last updated: 23rd November 2016

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Location

OS Grid ref: TL807864
Postcode: IP27 0AF

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Contact

High Lodge Thetford Forest

0300 067 4400
highlodgefeedback@­forestry.gsi.gov.uk

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