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Lyndhurst walks

Two walkers enjoy the view near Bolton's Bench
Two walkers enjoy the view near Bolton's Bench

Check out these great walks near Lyndhurst, close to the centre of the New Forest. All can be started from the village centre, but they also pass close to Forestry Commission or other car parks that provide alternative, convenient mid-way start points.

All also pass through magnificent landscapes to places where wildlife is likely to be encountered and where New Forest history can really be appreciated.

Some are relatively short, whilst most of the others can be walked at a gentle pace without too much exertion. And there are no really steep gradients, and no stiles to climb over. Just select the walks that match the time you have available and the distance you want to cover.

Shorter Walks near Lyndhurst

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New Forest 'what's on' - a small
selection of local events and activities
May 2015
Wednesday 6th - New Forest Centre, Lyndhurst; Deer of the British Isles; Stan Kemish - evening talk, pre-booking required.
Monday 11th - Burley Village Hall, film night, 7.30pm.
Saturday 16th - Fanfare for Spring: Ringwood International Festival of Street Performance Art, 11.00am - late afternoon.
Saturday 23rd - Exbury Gardens, Azalea Amble, 2 hour tour commences at 10.00am, pre-booking essential.

June 2015
Wednesday 3rd - Beaulieu Road, A Walk with Four-legged Architects, Forestry Commission led, 10.00am - 2.30pm, booking required.
Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th - Countryside Education Trust, Beaulieu; Little Owls - parents and toddlers club.
Friday 12th - Brockenhurst Village Hall, Film night, Testament of Youth, 7.00pm for 7.30pm.
View the full 'What's on' programme.
Content produced by Andrew Walmsley
Content produced by Andrew Walmsley