Windsor Great Park - Statues and Obelisks

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The walk initially follows the same route as Walk 2904, but at the Copper Horse it takes a southerly route, initially in the direction of the Savill Gardens. The walk passes the Copper Horse on Snow Hill, the Savill Gardens, an obelisk commemorating the services of William Duke of Cumberland, a statue of Albert Prince Consort and a recently erected statue of Queen Elizabeth 2nd.

England - South England - Berkshire - Thames Valley


Ancient Monument, Cafe, Great Views, Lake/Loch, Tea Shop, Toilets
9/6/2020 - Stephen Harris

Walked 06.09.2020 - Still a lovely walk. Car park directions and cost is spot on (£12 for over three hours). You use a debit/credit card at the entrance, then same card to exit and get charged according to the length of stay. Well worth the money. Walk is excellent, no real muddy areas and great directions throughout. It's a great walk with some lovely things to see, gets busy at weekends around Saville Gardens and there aren't any usuable toilets round the walk unless you go into Saville Gardens but it looks like you have to queue and pay (due to Covid, long queues). A lovely walk, good length and nice ! 10/10.

8/5/2020 - Norman Lavender

The access information has been updated to give new car park details.

1/19/2014 - Ellen Pirie

We enjoyed this walk today. We started from the Savill Garden visitor Centre (which is about half way round on the guide details and then followed it from there.) Pretty muddy just after the Copper Horse but not too bad elsewhere. Fantastically clear views - we could see the Shard & Wembley from the Copper Horse.

8/27/2006 - Norman Lavender

WP13 There is now a new building (The Savill Building) to the south of this point which acts as the new entrance to the Savill gardens and contains the shop, restaurant and toilets.

1/23/2006 - Walkingworld Administrator

This walk was updated January 2006.

1/4/2006 - Stephen Harris

Awesome!. Some great views to be had on this long and interesting walk. A little difficult after the pond (which path!) but other than that a great walk. We took this on Christmas eve and then followed it with ice skating at Windsor!. Our legs ached for days! but well worth the effort. 8/10

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