Get active outdoors this spring

Stretching across 3,000 acres, there's plenty of opportunity to explore the wider Dudmaston Estate. Car parks in Comer Woods, Hampton Loade and the Sawmill are open all year and parking is free for National Trust members.

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Explorer Trail, Comer Woods

Explore Dudmaston's wider estate. This mixed surface route is suitable for little legs, walkers and cyclists.

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Trust 10 run in Comer Woods

Follow the bright pink Trust 10 waymarkers to complete this challenging 10km route through the woodland. Start from Comer Woods car park or by the barns in Heath Meadow. This route is made up of a 4km and a 6km lap, so you can choose how far and how fast you go.

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Morfe Walk, Comer Woods

This three mile walk takes you deep into the heart of the woods. Pass by ancient trees and productive conifer plantations.

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Visiting Dudmaston with your dog

It's great to see dogs and dog lovers enjoying the estate so bring your pooch along and explore the walks.

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Three Pools walk, Comer Woods

Begin at the Old Sawmill car park and stroll down into the woodland. Pass by Brim, Seggy and Wall pools. A good opportunity for reflection, peace and tranquility.

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Captain Geoffrey's Woodland Walk

Follow in Captain Geoffrey's footsteps on a trail around the woodlands he knew so well.

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Captain Geoffrey's Estate Walk

Follow in Captain Geoffrey's footsteps on a trail around his estate.