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Walking Trails

Come and refresh your body, mind and spirit with a walk in the forest. Here at Alice Holt we have walking trails to suit all abilities.

Walking and exploring

Explore our many waymarked trails or smaller paths that criss-cross Alice Holt Forest. The Easy Access Trail and our other wide trails are very accessible for pushchairs and wheelchairs.

If you want a more invigrating walk why not try our Long Pond Trail, or the Shipwrights Way which offers beautiful views of the countryside. We have so much on offer at Alice Holt Forest that you're sure to find the perfect walk for you to enjoy.


Easy Access Trail
  • Easy
Suitable for wheelchair and pushchair users, this trail takes you through a variety of woodland and has an optional short cut. Along the route you'll find sculptures of the famous Gruffalo books’ characters.
Habitat Trail
  • Easy
The Habitat Trail is an exciting family walk which features amazing wooden play sculptures.
Lodge Pond Trail
  • Moderate
A more 'off-road' trail to Lodge Pond, muddy in places but very beautiful.
Shipwrights Way
  • Moderate
The route starts from Alice Holt Forest, it passes through Bordon, Liphook, Liss, Petersfield, Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Staunton Country Park, Havant, Hayling Island and via ferry into Portsmouth, finishing at the Historic Dockyard - around 50 miles in all.
Timberline Trail
  • Easy
Family walk with play structures.
Willows Green Trail
  • Easy
An attractive trail forest trail with one steep section.
Last updated: 10th August 2018

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Postcode: GU10 4LS

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