Find lots of opportunities to explore the outdoors at Calke Explore, open all year round.
Embark on a two-wheeled adventure around the estate at Calke Abbey.
Learn something extraordinary on a free guided walk or tour at Calke Abbey, from hidden histories in the house and gardens, to old secrets of the ancient parkland.
A short spring walk at Calke Abbey through Serpentine Wood, where you'll discover a magical carpet of bluebells.
Take the multi-use Tramway trail today and discover some of the old horse-drawn tramway that linked Ticknall to Ashby.
Explore Calke’s wetland area and discover a preserved 18th-century deer shelter on this pleasant amble through an ancient parkland landscape.
Take in the beautiful views of the original drive and discover hidden views and reflections on this amble through Calke's ancient parkland.
Discover some of the oldest trees in Europe as these ancient inhabitants of Calke parkland unfold to tell their stories.
Enjoy a leisurely walk from Calke Abbey to Staunton Harold Reservoir, then reverse the route to come back again.
Enjoy this delightful stroll around Calke Park's Staunton Harold Reservoir, taking in the sites of St Giles Church and Calke Abbey itself.
Explore the area and visit our dog-friendly café at Staunton Harold reservoir, serving up seasonal homemade snacks and drinks from the Calke estate.
Come along for a walk around Calke and visit neighbouring nature reserve Dimminsdale, managed by the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust, to see some great displays of snowdrops.
Embark on a challenging walk for experienced walkers with far reaching views across three counties and beautiful spring flowers.
Take in the beautiful sights and sounds of the Calke Abbey Estate as the park comes alive with the vibrant reds of autumn.
Enjoy this peaceful walk around Calke Park and take in the rich, varied landscape and wildlife of the parkland and gardens.
The Calke Abbey playground is waiting to be explored! Can you conquer the climbing wall?
This tranquil walk will take you through a varied landscape of grasslands, arable farmland and one of Europe's rarest habitats – wood pasture.
Escape the crowds this autumn and enjoy the rich colours around Calke’s inspiring parkland on a leisurely walk.