Grid reference at start: SU927690
Time: 3:5 hours
Parking: Starting in Ascot there are several car parks,
and at the finish, there are several car parks in Windsor.
BERKSHIRE WALKING AND SAFETY
at the footpath where the last walk finished, on the A330 after
Ascot racecourse on the left.
down the footpath and when the path reaches the road, turn left
walking past the very ornate gates of Golden Gates Lodge onto Cheapside
the entrance to Silwood Park Farm on the right.
entrance of Golden Gates Lodge.
before the turning to Water Splash Lane on the left, turn left down
the public footpath past East Lodge.
the concrete path through the park, bearing right following the
public footpath sign.
path comes out onto a busy road so take care, turn left.
almost immediately right, through Ascot Gate and into Windsor Great
Park, following the road parallel to the main road.
in Windsor Great Park.
through Prince Consort Gate and continue following the path straight
passing some red brick farmhouses on the right, do not take the
path right immediately after the cottages. Instead take the next
right where you can see the road climbing into the woods in the
distance, due East.
of deer graze the park.
you reach the top of the hill and the road levels out, turn sharp
left down the path opposite Chaplain's Lodge.
Ox Pond on your left, and you'll see the statue of King George III
on the right at the top of Snow Hill. Head towards the statue.
reaching the statue, take in the fantastic views of Windsor Castle
straight ahead and West London.
the famous 'Long Walk' down towards the Castle.
of King George IV.
you reach the Castle, turn left and come out into Windsor high street.
past the Guild Hall on your right and continue up towards the Queen
right here and the walk ends in front of the Castle gates.
end of the walk - hurrah!
Part Fourteen of the Berkshire Way