Autumn walks at Hinton Ampner

Hinton Ampner is brimming with shape and colour all year round so take a walk and see it for yourself. In autumn it's particularly vibrant, thanks to hundreds of exotic dahlias in creams, yellows and oranges, hot pinks and deep magentas.

From the back of the house, gaze out over parkland littered with yellow and gold foliage from ancient oaks and beeches, interspersed with the deep red hues of Norway maple.

The wider estate is transformed this time of year as the lush greens give way to warm oranges, deep reds and vibrant yellow.

Maps for our various walks can be picked up at Visitor Reception. Your visit and entry fee helps us conserve the habitats of the wildlife which live in our estate as well as maintain the paths for everyone to enjoy.

Download one of our four estate walks to explore Hinton Ampner this season.

A veteran tree in Hinton Ampner's ancient parkland

Ancient tree trail

Our parkland is home to many ancient trees, some with rather quirky characteristics. Find out more by downloading and following this trail.

Follow the red way markers for the Stewkeley walk

Hinton Ampner Stewkeley walk

This short walk takes you across the Hinton Ampner estate towards the village of Kilmeston before looping back to the entry of our estate. This moderately strenuous walk is perfect for walkers of any age and skill level. It is just under two miles and takes approximately an hour to complete.

Beech avenues at Hinton Ampner, Hampshire

Dutton Estate walk at Hinton Ampner

Walk in the steps of Ralph Dutton with this 4 mile route around the estate.

Close up of memorial plaque for the Battle of Cheriton, Hinton Ampner, Hampshire
Walking trail

Battle of Cheriton walk 

Walk in the footsteps of the Parliamentarians and Royalist troops in one of the decisive battle of the English Civil War.