Self-led walks at Ashridge

Take your pick from our selection of self-led walks. Whether you want to spend the whole day exploring, or just half an hour, there's something for you here on the Ashridge Estate.

Old Copse on the Ashridge Estate Herts

Old Copse and Thunderdell Wood walk

A gentle circular walk that takes you through areas of wildlife-rich woodlands and across commons.

Autumn colours on Ashridge's trees

Duncombe Terrace walk

Enjoy this mixture of woodland and open countryside at Ashridge as you walk along this popular track with plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife and wildflowers.

Early autumn in Golden Valley Ashridge Herts

Trail to Golden Valley Ashridge

An easy walk to the Golden Valley on the Ashridge Estate where you may spot fallow deer, brought to the area by monks in the 13th Century.

Solitary Muntjac at Ashridge Estate Hertfordshire

Three-in-one woodland walk at Ashridge

Take in a wide range of scenic woodland at Ashridge on this three section walk.

Incombe Hole on the Ashridge Estate Herts

Ashridge Estate boundary trail walk

Discover the outstanding features of Ashridge including Ivinghoe Beacon, ancient woodlands and dramatic scenery

Berkhamsted Common Ashridge Herts

Battle of Berkhamsted Common Trail

This era of the estate's history isn't familiar even to people who have lived nearby all their lives.

Bob's Oak at Ashridge, Herts

Ashridge ancient trees walk

Discover the ancient trees of Ashridge and find out more about the original park planting on this woodland walk.

Pitstone Windmill Ashridge Estate, Herts

Bridgewater Monument to Pitstone Windmill circular walk

A great circular walk passing the Bridgewater Monument and Pitstone Windmill on the Ashridge Estate, with views across the Chilterns and the Vale of Aylesbury.

Ashridge's Ivinghoe Beacon

Bridgewater Monument to Ivinghoe Beacon trail

A picturesque walk whatever the season across the northern part of Ashridge Estate.