Pooh's Favourite Places in Ashdown Forest

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Ashdown Forest is an exciting place. There are deer, owls, rabbits, beetles and a group of unique animals described by A A Milne. Your homework before setting off is to read two books by Mr Milne called 'Winnie-the-Pooh' and 'The House at Pooh Corner'. We will visit many of the places described in the books and we will play Pooh Sticks at the actual place where the game was invented. It's a long walk though and it's often muddy, so wellies may be needed.

England - South England - East Sussex - Countryside

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Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Good for Kids, Great Views, River, Wildlife, Woodland
3/22/2021 - Walkingworld Admin

A big thank you from Walkingworld to Steve Harris and Liz for all their recent updates and great new photos on this walk.

3/20/2021 - Stephen Harris

Walked 20.03.2021. This is a nice walk with some far reaching views and very peaceful. Parking may be problematic at the start during summer months. Conditions underfoot during winter are a little boggy so good strong boots advised. There are some ups and downs and a small amount of road walking but the roads were not busy so shouldn't be a problem. Whilst this might be suitable for children, the walk is 4.5 miles with some height gain. Nice day out though! 9/10.

9/16/2011 - Walkingworld Administrator

Our thanks to Ian Runcie for his rewrite of this walk avoiding the closed path. August 2011. Adrian (Admin)

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28.6 Miles