10 easy walks in Britain for families with younger children

10 easy walks in britain for families with younger children

Sumary of 10 easy walks in Britain for families with younger children:

  • Further fascinating remnants of the hill long history of human activity include bronze age barrows and the ruins of an early 20th-century tower..
  • Fyne Court (National Trust, free entry, no booking required) with its wild, rambling grounds and cafe, is a mile away..
  • Zana Benson Distance 3.1 milesStart/finish Fitzalan Pool car park, Queen Street, Arundel (500 metres from Arundel railway station)How to get there By car, from the A27 follow signs for Arundel Castle..
  • Return alongside the road below the towers and turrets of Arundel Castle, the oldest part of which – the motte, a grassy artificial mound – dates to 1068..
  • Turn left then left again, descending steeply to the right of the white horse, first carved here in the bronze age..
  • Zana Benson Distance 2.8 milesStart/finish Wicken Fen National Trust car parkHow to get there By car, 17 miles north-east of Cambridge, off A1123..
  • By bike on NCN route 11 This walk follows the waymarked Adventurers’ Trail at Wicken Fen, the National Trust oldest nature reserve..
  • Caer Caradoc – Welsh for Caradog fort – rises from the narrow valley of Stretton Gap, the hill fort at its summit dating to the iron or late bronze age….

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