Medium Repton Run Route (2.5 km)

Running trail

This medium run route takes you on mixed hard and grass paths in a circular route in the Attingham Deer Park. The run is 2.5 km (1.6 miles) and starts from the Deer Park Bridge and is the second of three Repton run routes designed to build confidence running further. The route is way-marked for the majority of the way – this medium route is the green route. Dogs are welcome but must be on a lead.

Attingham views of ferns and trees in Deer Park


Medium Repton Run Route map


Deer Park gates, grid reference SJ 55289 09879


From the car park, head through the Stables Courtyard bearing right following signs to the Mansion and Deer Park Walks. Head along the path at the side of the Mansion and follow the path across the front of the Mansion and down to the Deer Park gate passing through the gate in the parkland.

Attingham Deer Park gates


Turn to your left to find the first run marker, have a final stretch and you’re off.

Wooden run marker


Follow the path along, keeping the fence line and the river to your left passing the next marker where you continue straight on, following the green and red routes.

Run route marker


Keep going with the fence and river to your left, slowly moving into more enclosed woodland and ferns. Eventually you will spot a large gate which you should pass through out of the Deer Park and into Woodland.

Attingham gate to leave the Deer Park


Follow the path along through the woods until you find the next way-marker on a finger-post walks sign which points you to turn right for the green and red routes. Turn and continue along the path.

Attingham Woodland Walk way-marker


You will shortly arrive at another finger-post walks sign which points you to turn right, turn and head along a long wooded path known as the Botany Bay plantation until arriving at a carved wooden peacock.

Attingham Woodland Walk path


Follow the green route marked on the finger-post walks sign to turn right at the peacock continuing along the woodland path.

Attingham wooden peacock sculpture on Woodland Walk


Along the trail, pass another marker on the left pointing to the right to follow the green route down to and through a gate back into the Deer Park.

Attingham gate heading back into the Deer Park


Continue along the top of the Deer Park keeping the fence line and boundary to your left and the open parkland to your right (this area can get muddy in winter). Continue along this main path until you pass the enormous fenced Repton oak on your left, then bend round along with the path to the right to head down the slope back towards the Deer Park gates. Congratulations you’ve just run 2.5km!

The Deer Park gates


Deer Park gates, grid reference SJ 55289 09879

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Medium Repton Run Route (2.5 km)


The route is mainly on grass through the Deer Park with one gentle incline. Some parts of the terrain are uneven due to the rabbits and deer living in the Deer Park and areas can get muddy in the winter.

Medium Repton Run Route (2.5 km)

How to get here

Attingham Park, Atcham, Nr Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 4TP
By road

The main entrance to Attingham Park is on the B43850 in the village of Atcham, 4 miles (6.4km) south of Shrewsbury.

Medium Repton Run Route (2.5 km)

Facilities and access

  • Toilets at Stables, Brewhouse, Walled Garden and Field of Play
  • Carriage House Cafe and kiosk serving takeaway hot drinks and snacks
  • Dogs must be on leads at all times in all areas
  • Designated blue badge parking