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Berkshire Walks,
Walking Routes & Hiking Trails

The Berkshire walks listed below vary from easy circular walks to more demanding and longer routes. All walks are free to download and print and all routes have GPS files. The walks cover most of the attractive countryside in the County including the Thames Valley and across the Berkshire Downs. Many of the walks include attractive villages and historic buildings. Long distance footpaths including the Thames Path, Chiltern Way and the Ridgeway offer an excellent basis for shorter circular walks.

1901Around Aldermastoneasy5.00
2660Lowbury Hill & Roden Downs from Comptoneasy/mod6.00
1947Coombe Gibbet & Walbury Hill near Inkpeneasy/mod6.20
1737West Berkshire downs from East Garstoneasy/mod7.40
3484The Fair Mile & Unhill Bottom, near Streatleyeasy/mod7.80
3731Chaddleworth from Great Sheffordeasy/mod8.00
2344Newbury to Hungerford via Kennet & Avon Canal easy/mod9.00
3572Lambourn Valley from Great Sheffordeasy/mod9.00
3259Windsor Great Park from Windsormoderate10.20
1385Windsor & Runnymedeeasy/mod11.50
3420Cookham to Gerrards Cross via Burnham Beechesmoderate12.50

Walks that start in adjacent counties / areas.

Walks that start in adjacent counties or areas but cross the boundary and include sections of the route within Berkshire

WalkDescriptionStarts In
2114Hampshire and Berkshire HeightsHampshire
1419The Lambourn DownsOxfordshire
1720Henley-on-Thames to Marlow along the Thames Path Oxfordshire
3128Henley-on-Thames, Aston and HambledenOxfordshire
3720Ham, Inkpen Hill & Lower Green CircularWiltshire
1814Staines to Windsor along the River ThamesSurrey

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