Woodlands

Walk on the wild side

Enjoy far-reaching views over surrounding countryside 

Enjoy far-reaching views over surrounding countryside

Open daily, 10am - 5.30pm (subject to weather conditions)

The woods that line the steep cliffs above the Thames were admired long before the House and its gardens.

There are miles of woodland paths to explore and stunning views back to the gardens and over surrounding countryside - perfect for stretching your legs and walking the dog.

Download our dog walking guide (PDF)

Walk on the wild side

Look out for bluebells in spring © National Trust

Look out for bluebells in spring

Open daily, 10am - 5.30pm (subject to weather conditions)

The woods that line the steep cliffs above the Thames were admired long before the House and its gardens.

There are miles of woodland paths to explore and stunning views back to the gardens and over surrounding countryside - perfect for stretching your legs and walking the dog.

Download our dog walking guide (PDF)

Explore with our colour-coded trails

Blue route - easy

Route map for Cliveden Blue Route walk © Crown copyright and database rights 2011 Ordnance Survey 100023974

A 1.5 mile circular walk along woodland and gravel paths through varied woodland terrain with views over the surrounding countryside.

  • Start:  Woodland car park
  • Allow 45 minutes.

Green route - easy

Cliveden Green Route Map © National Trust

An extended 2.3-mile circular walk following footpaths through the woods above the River Thames. Perfect for a walk or run with your dog.

  • Start: Woodland car park
  • Allow 1 hour.

Red route - moderate

Route map for Cliveden Red Route walk © Crown copyright and database rights 2011 Ordnance Survey 100023974

Explore the woods and Thames riverbank on this 3.3-mile circular walk. Note this walk includes some slopes and steep steps

  • Start: Woodland car park
  • Allow 1.5 hours

Let off steam on the Fitness Trail

Burn calories and build muscle in our outdoor gym.  There are ten pieces of equipment providing a fun way to test and improve your agility, strength and stamina.

Round Garden comes back to life

This long-lost fruit garden has been out of production since the 1950s. Our team of rangers and volunteers are working on a long term project to restore the garden's unique design.

Woodland family play trail

Make a trail with sticks for your friends and family to follow

Discover a woodland trail with a difference... around every corner you'll find a new place to play and test your climbing, balancing and den building skills.

Designed for children aged 6 - 12.

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