The New Forest is magical all year round, with the rich heathland and mature trees offering a huge variety of habitats that are home to many different species. This attractive and varied walk takes you out of Brockenhurst, which is home to bronze age burial mounds and is mentioned in the Domesday Book.
This is easy level walking in prime Hampshire country. You’ll amble through ancient woodland, alongside riverbanks, through glorious heaths and over sun-splashed clearings in the New Forest National Park.
Despite being a fairly flat route, you can still enjoy magnificent views across the heath. And there’s always the chance of stumbling across a herd of deer around the next corner.