There are loads of natural sites to explore in the Valley, connecting us all with the nature on our door step. We've designed a series of walks that allow you to explore and engage with our wonderful local area.
Rail to Trail walks
Our Rail to Trail walks allow you to explore the valley without needing your car. Exploring two different parts of the valley, these walks are a great way to spend an afternoon, showcasing the best that the Blackwater valley has to offer without the stress of having to find a parking space!
Walk 1: Sandhurst to Blackwater and Back
Walk 2: Farnborough North to Blackwater and Back
We've designed 12 circular walks, which explore the history and wildlife of the Blackwater Valley, along the borders of Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire.
The walks vary in distance and accessibility and encompass all aspects of the Valley.
They introduce the many nature reserves, country parks, woodlands and meadows which can be found in the area.
|Walk 1||Up, down and around Farnham||7||11||3:30||Aldershot|
|Walk 2||Hopping through Tongham and Badshot Lea||6||10||3:00||Aldershot|
|Walk 3||Transported through Ash||4.5||7.5||2:15||Ash|
|Walk 4||Family stroll through North Camp and Ash Vale||4.5||7||2:15||Ash Vale, North Camp|
|Walk 5||Water ways through Farnborough||5||8||2:30||Farnborough North, North Camp|
|Walk 6||Allotments and Hatches around Frimley||5||8||2:30||Farnborough North, Frimley|
|Walk 7||In the footsteps of highwaymen at Yateley||5||8||2:30||Sandhurst|
|Walk 8||Walk on the wild side of Sandhurst||4.5||7||2:15||Sandhurst|
|Walk 9||Lakes and Ridges of Finchampstead||3.5||6||1:45||Crowthorne|
|Walk 10||Birds and boars around Eversley Cross||3||5||1:30|
|Walk 11||Walk with the water babies of Eversley||5.5||9||2:45|
|Walk 12||Three rivers walk from Swallowfield||6||9.5||3:00|
Other local groups also provide walks in the Blackwater Valley.