BEAULIEU & BUCKLERS HARD
The majority of this walk is made up of forest paths, trails and gravel tracks. Surrounded by panoramic views of the New Forest, this is a fantastic route for a quiet walk immersed in the beautiful Hampshire countryside.
This is an easy to navigate walk, just continue along the path from the starting point at Blackwater car park. For the shorter of the two walks, take the tall trees trail when you reach Rhinefield Road, around half way in to your walk.
The neighbouring village of Brockenhurst is situated a short 7 minute drive from the route location. Brockenhurst is the largest village by population in the New Forest in Hampshire. The village boasts bundles of charm, character and history and is home to plenty of free roaming donkeys, deer and ponies.
The start of this walk can be located behind the The Happy Cheese county pub. The majority of this route is made up of forest paths, trails and tracks. You can also explore the village of Ashurst which is the starting point for this walk.
The village of Ashurst is the starting point for this route. The picturesque village is located on the edge of the New Forest National Park with heathlands, wetlands and woodlands to the east leading to dense forest surrounding the Beaulieu River.
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