Frilsham Circular

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Starting in the village of Frilsham, the walk heads out of the village and through Hawkridge Wood. There then follows a section of open field with great views before entering Burgess Copse and a gradual walk uphill. Upon reaching an open crossing point, the walk heads east before descending to the edge of the wood. There is then some open field-walking before skirting back into woodland.

The walk later heads onto a country lane for a short stretch before arriving at The Pot Kiln pub, where you can stop for refreshment. The route then gradually climbs before heading through Frilsham Common and returning to the start.

England - South England - Berkshire - North Wessex Downs


Birds, Great Views, Pub, Wildlife, Woodland
11/22/2020 - Andrew Long

Walk reviewed on 22 November and some new photos added. Reference to piggies removed as they are no longer there. West Berkshire Brewery reference added and walk length increased to just over 5 miles.

6/30/2020 - Neil Packham

Enjoyable if not quite so short as advertised (about 4.4 miles by GPS). Easy summer walking other than one nettle & bramble infested field path at WM3, after which the piggies were sadly AWOL! Cows with calves in field at WM9 but they were docile.

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