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Abbots Amble
(Average user rating: unrated unrated)

Trail details

Grade of Trail:

  • Easy

Trail Waymarking:


Length of trail:

2.5 km miles

Trail is currently open


Trail description

The Abbots Amble is a partially surfaced route leading to the lake. Taking visitors through a variety of habitats, including bluebell woods with oak trees. Douglas Fir plantations hold wildlife such as Goldcrests and Roe deer, which can be seen from the trail.

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What's Here?

  • Viewpoint
  • Barbeque
  • The Forestry Commission has a barbecue site available to hire.
  • Cycling
  • Bring your own or hire a bike on site so you can enjoy the miles of way marked routes that allow you to explore the far reaches of the Park without fear of getting lost. Please help us to help everyone enjoy their time at Moors Valley by not cycling on the Play Trail.
  • Horse riding
  • If you wish to ride on Forestry Commission tracks you are required to have a Forestry Commission Riding Permit through TROT
  • Play area
  • For younger children there is a fantastic play area which will keep them amused for hours.
  • Walking
  • Moors Valley Country Park has almost 20 miles of waymarked trails to follow as well as miles of other gravelled and grassy tracks to explore.
More about what's here


OS Grid ref: TQ 555 072

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0300 067 4464
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