Summer walks in Berkshire

Summer's here at last. Why not head to the woodland at Cliveden and play in the dappled shade, visit cool wetlands at The Vyne or picnic on the chalk grassland and sunny woodland glades of Maidenhead and Cookham Commons. There are lots of places to explore on a walk around Berkshire and the Thames Valley.

A family walking in woodland

Cliveden 

The Cliveden estate in Buckinghamshire has miles of winding walks to enjoy. Summer in the woodland is great for tree climbing and there's a children's play trail. There are spectacular views of the iconic house and the River Thames.

Wildflowers at Pinkneys Green, Maidenhead and Cookham Commons, Berkshire

Maidenhead and Cookham Commons

Discover oak trees, wildflower meadows fluttering with butterflies and meandering marshes on a walk around Maidenhead Thicket or Cookham Commons.

A picture of vibrant green leaves on the trees in Morgaston Woods at The Vyne.
Walking trail

The Vyne 

Walking boots at the ready, it's time to uncover some forgotten traces of history hidden in the woods at The Vyne. Follow this circular route before heading on to our Brewhouse tea-room for a bite to eat.

Buttercups in front of Basildon Park house

Basildon Park 

Explore the gardens and parkland coming to life at Basildon Park in the summer months, find out what there is to see and do during this time.