A Tour of Broadmoor

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This walks starts south of Crowthorne, not too far from the M4 junction near Wokingham. It is 75% on paths and bridleways with a short section of quiet roads to return to the start.

The first half goes eastwards and then north, partly using the same route as the Three Castles Path. It then returns westwards for some way using The Devil's Highway, an old Roman road, then cuts back to the start through a quiet part of the eastern edge of Crowthorne.

England - South England - Berkshire - Countryside


Mostly Flat, Wildlife, Woodland
1/2/2022 - Stephen Harris

Walked 02.01.2022. Re-walked again exactly 1 year since updating this walk. Pictures, directions and instructions all up to date. This is a really easy walk to while away a couple of hours when the days are short. Lovely woodland sections and variety make for a really nice walk. Parking still busy at the start but usually you can find a space if you wait a bit. 10/10.

1/2/2021 - Stephen Harris

Walked 02.01.2021. This is a lovely walk, really easy and with great directions. It's mainly through some lovely woodland with glimpses of the surrounding countryside. No cattle are encountered and the road walking is along quiet lanes and woodland tracks which is lovely. It's a good walk, not too far, ideal for families and with easy and free parking at the start (although it does get busy). 10/10.

1/1/2016 - Neil Packham

A pleasant winter stroll, well described. Bridleways a bit muddy in places but not problematic. The nature reserve is very popular with local families and dog walkers but all other sections were quiet. The new road at WM07 is a straightforward pedestrian crossing.

4/1/2014 - Andrew Long

Great woodland walk and easy to follow instructions. WM02 was pretty muddy and in WM04 I couldn't find concrete footbridge as a reference - so i kept on walking to find tarmac road mentioned in WM05.

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