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Discover the Berkshire Way
Field
See this field in Newbury on Part Five of the Berkshire Way

We have compiled a series of walks across Berkshire which makes up what we're calling the Berkshire Way.

We'll take you across the county, from west to east...

SEE ALSO

PART ONE: Lambourn to Hungerford

PART TWO: Hungerford to Combe Gibbet

PART THREE: Combe Gibbet to Hamstead Marshall

PART FOUR: Hamstead Marshall to Newbury

PART FIVE: Newbury to Chievely

PART SIX: Chievely to Bury Down

PART SEVEN: Bury Down to Lardon Chase

PART EIGHT: Lardon Chase to Pangbourne

PART NINE: Pangbourne to Reading Bridge

PART TEN: Reading Bridge to Ashenbury Park

PART ELEVEN: Ashenbury Park to Wokingham

PART TWELVE: Wokingham to The Look Out

PART THIRTEEN: The Look Out to Ascot

PART FOURTEEN: Ascot to Windsor

BBC Berkshire walking tips and safety

BBC Berkshire Outdoors

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We thought it would be a great idea to map out a walk that stretches the entire way across Berkshire, and call it The Berkshire Way.

It means you can take a walk across any part of the county, and rest assured you'll cross some fantastic countryside.

We give you...

* A detailed description of the walk - we have walked all 14 routes and can tell you about the terrain, distance and things to look out for.

* Handy maps in the left hand box of every page to help you on your way. When you open the maps, it's best to set the size to 'Fit in window'.

* Facts about the location in which you are walking in the left hand box.

* Useful weblinks to tell you more about the area.

The walks are not circular, as the idea was to create a route going across the county. This means you may need to be ultra-organised and park a car at the start and a car at the finish.

Read our notes on Walking tips and safety.

To see the walks, just click on the images or links below...

Hungerford by Kennet & Avon Canal
Lambourn to Hungerford

Combe Gibbet
Hungerford to Combe Gibbet

Field of straw bales
Combe Gibbet to Hamstead Marshall

Bridge over Kennet & Avon canal
Hamstead Marshall to Newbury

View across field
Newbury to Chieveley

Green Field
Chieveley to Bury Down

Pigs
Bury Down to Lardon Chase

Brick gates of Basildon Park
Lardon Chase to Pangbourne

Lock
Pangbourne to Reading Bridge

Sonning Lock
Reading Bridge to Ashenbury Park

Church
Ashenbury Park to Wokingham

Trees
Wokingham to The Look Out

Pond
The Look Out to Ascot

Windsor Castle
Ascot to Windsor

 

 

 



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