Winter walks around Berkshire

Why not escape the stuffy indoors and make the most of a bright winters day in the countryside? If you wrap up warm you're sure to find a place to unwind and enjoy a winter walk in the Berkshire area.

Family on a winter walk through woodland

Basildon Park 

There are four way-marked walks around Basildon Park varying in distance from 0.5 to 3 miles. They take in the garden, parkland and the views of the Chilterns. The two shorter walks are pushchair friendly for an easier stroll. And the tea-room will be open daily serving light lunches and cake.

The River Thames running alongside the Cliveden Estate


Walking at Cliveden in winter is such a different experience. Incredible views open up between the leafless trees and the river Thames is a shining ribbon flowing away towards Windsor.

A veteran tree and woodland path in winter.
Walking trail

The Vyne 

This is a great place to beat the winter blues and build up fitness levels. Acres of fields and woodland await you and there are beautiful views everywhere you look. Try our winter woodland trail for a great introduction to the estate. Look out for the cosy bird hide overlooking wetlands brimming with migrating winter birds.

Autumn at Greys Court

Greys Court 

Walk in the footsteps of the Brunner family with trails all around the estate at Greys Court. There are lots of pausing points to enjoy far-reaching views over the rolling Chiltern Hills.

Oak leaves covered in frost

Maidenhead and Cookham Commons 

Enjoy the landscape of the Commons on a winter walk. From migrating birds to majestic deer, you can see some of the best of nature against the frosty backdrop of the colder months.