Autumn walks in Hampshire

This autumn, use our easy to follow downloadable walks to discover the very best of Hampshire's seasonal colour. The Vyne's woodland walk takes you through acres of ancient beech and oak, transformed into canopies of bronze foliage. Look out for native wild ponies on the New Forest's Huff Duff walk through heathland landscapes. Every walk you enjoy helps us keep footpaths open for years to come.

Autumn foliage in the foreground with lake behind
Walking trail

The Vyne 

If you fancy a gentle stroll that takes in glorious autumnal foliage, come to The Vyne. Its 1.3 mile downloadable walk takes you through buttery-coloured ancient woodland. On the way you'll go past a huge lake, fringed by the orange and crimson leaves of liquidamber and swamp cypress trees.

Path running through towering beech trees with yellow autumn foliage

Hinton Ampner 

Pick up, or download one of our estate walks this autumn to explore towering beech woods, and a parkland full of ancient oaks. Look out for the spectacular deep red foliage of Hinton's Norway maples too.

Two male volunteers stand by old brickwork amidst autumn bracken

New Forest 

Our New Forest commons at Rockford and Ibsley are exciting places to walk in autumn. Explore heaths and mires with far-reaching views and wartime stories. This is just one of three beautiful downloadable walks you can enjoy this autumn. Discover them all here.

A path by the river at Mottisfont, Hampshire in autumn


Enjoy a breath of fresh air with our selection of walks around Mottisfont's estate this autumn. Explore the grounds and woodland near the house itself, or head further afield to downland and marshes.

Family walks on Stockbridge Down in Hampshire

Stockbridge Down 

A stroll to the top of Stockbridge Down is well worth the effort. You’ll be treated to panoramic autumnal views over the Hampshire countryside, and Wiltshire’s famous Salisbury Plain. It’s a walk into our ancient past too – over Bronze Age burial mounds towards 3,000 year old Woolbury Ring fort.