Walk sections of the 23-mile riverside path and discover the green spaces and recreational facilities en route.
The Blackwater Valley Countryside Partnership has led the way in reviving this once forgotten corner of Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey, opening it up for access.
The footpath follows the Blackwater river through woodland and flower-rich meadows, linking a wide variety of nature reserves, country parks, water sports facilities and other recreational areas.
The path is mostly flat, has many sections that are easy to use and is becoming increasingly popular with walkers and cyclists.
Sections of the path
|Section 1: Rowhill Nature Reserve to Pea Bridge||1.75||Aldershot|
|Section 2: Pea Bridge to Shawfields||2.25||Aldershot|
|Section 3: Shawfields to Hollybush Pits||2||Ash, Ash Vale, North Camp|
|Section 4: Hollybush Pits to Coleford Bridge||2||North Camp|
|Section 5: Coleford Bridge to M3 Bridge||2.5||Farnborough North, Frimley|
|Section 6: M3 Bridge to Blackwater Park||1.5||Blackwater, Frimley|
|Section 7: Blackwater Park to Sandhurst station||1.5||Blackwater, Sandhurst|
|Section 8: Sandhurst station to Grove Lake||2||Sandhurst|
|Section 9: Grove Lake to Longwater Road||1.5|
|Section 10: Longwater Road to Eversley Bridge||1.5|
|Section 11: Eversley Bridge to Jouldings Lane||2.25|
|Section 12: Jouldings Lane to Swallowfield||2.5|
Other local groups also provide walks in the Blackwater Valley.