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Trail details

Grade of Trail:

  • Easy

Trail Waymarking:

red

Length of trail:

2 1/2 miles

Trail is currently open

Chambers Farm Wood Trails

 

Trail description

This surfaced trail is an easy going route passing Hatton Wood, one of several ancient woodlands in the Chambers Farm Wood complex.


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What do other visitors say?

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There is no map of the trails on your website! Don't you think it would be useful?

Roger Cope, 29/May/2018

Hi Roger, the pdf for the walking trails is on the page above this one with all the walking trails at Chambers Farm Wood. I will add it to all the individual trail pages now to make it more user friendly. Thanks for the input.

Forestry Commission Response

Are there any costs for anything at all?

Robert Nesling, 5/Jul/2017

Hi Robert, there is no charge for parking at Chambers Farm Wood.

Forestry Commission Response

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What's Here?

  • Walking
  • Trail (moderate)
  • Dog bin
  • Next to car park.
  • Dogs
  • Dogs are welcome but please be a responsible dog owner.
  • Information
  • Available at the centre.
  • Parking
  • Available at the centre.
  • Picnic
  • Next to the car park.
  • Toliets
  • Available at the centre.
More about what's here

Location

OS Grid ref: TF148738

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Related documents

Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification certifiedForest Stewardship Council certified

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