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Fitness trail
(Average user rating: unrated unrated)

Trail details

Grade of Trail:

  • Easy

Length of trail:

1 miles

Trail is currently open

 

Trail description

This circular trail , set along an unsurfaced/cross country style route, contains 10 pieces of fitness equipment to test and train its participants. Designed for adults, each piece of equipment has guidelines on what to do and the number of repetitions required to achieve the goals set.

A new iPhone App for visitors to Forestry Commission sites is also available now. It's easy to use and has a number of features including downloadable trail maps. For more information visit www.forestry.gov.uk/mobileapp

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Please email us at wendoverwoods@forestry.gsi.gov.uk if you have an enquiry, a complaint or would like a personal reply to your comments.

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What's Here?

  • Running
  • Walking
  • Information
  • There is a trail header giving information and separate boards for each fitness point.
  • Ancient Monuments
  • The fitness trail runs around the hill adjacent to the Iron Age hill fort.
  • Picnic
  • There are picnic sites on the way to the start of the Fitness Trail from the Car Park.
  • Trim trail
  • 10 Fitness stations
  • Viewpoint
  • Spectacular views of the Vale of Aylesbury.
More about what's here

Location

OS Grid ref: SP 887 105

Get directions

Contact

Wendover Woods Office

0300 067 4160 (Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings) 07796 313507 all other times
wendoverwoods@­forestry.gsi.gov.uk
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