Hurley to Hall Place and back

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This walk starts at Hurley, and takes you west along the Thames Path for a while. Then you climb the hills to the south, before the fairly level countryside near Warren Row and Burchett's Green. On the way back you pass Hall Place, used as the Berkshire College of Agriculture, before coming back down the hill to Hurley again.
Hurley itself has many interesting buildings, so you might wish to have a look round before or after the walk.
There are no stiles, but several gates.
The initial slope up the hill is fairly gentle and steady: the hill on the way back is a bit steeper but there is a hand rail.
Some sections could be muddy after a bit of rain, when boots would be advisable.

England - South England - Berkshire - Countryside

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Church, Great Views, Pub, Restaurant, River, Tea Shop, Woodland
24/07/2017 - Nigel Williamson

A very pleasant walk beginning in the most attractive village of Hurley and then along the Thames before turning inland and a gentle climb to the Chiltern Way. At High Wood there are great views across the Thames valley. Good directions and well placed Inns.

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