Total steps: 10
Total steps: 10
Clumber Park visitor facilities, Worksop, Nottinghamshire S80 3BE. Grid ref: SK625746.
Start from the car park following the signs for the visitor facilities (shop, café and toilet).
From the shop follow the signs for the toilets and after passing these turn left. Continue on the path as it goes round to the right and becomes a road, which is usually car free. The lake is now on your left.
Immediately before a wooden barrier turn left onto a path downhill through woodland. This takes you past the Clumber Grotto.
On reaching the road beware of traffic as you turn left to go over Clumber Bridge. Take the road signed South Lodge and immediately follow the obvious track on your left. This is Beech Drive.
Follow this track (Beech Drive) for about 0.75 miles (1.2 km) to a T-junction. Turn left and follow this track for 1.5 miles (2.4 km). This track is called Thoresby Border.
At the junction with a red shale cycle track turn left. Continue along this this track to a tarmac road.
Turn left down the road, going through the Drayton Gate entrance to the park, and take the first turning on the left. Pass through a small car parking area. Take the track passing a wooden barrier and follow as it goes round to the right.
Continue along this track for about 1.5 miles (2.4km). Ignore all paths on the right and left until you reach a T-junction with Beech Drive.
At the T-junction turn right and follow this track back to Clumber Bridge.
Cross over the bridge and retrace your steps to the Grotto and then to the visitor facilities.
Clumber Park main car park, Worksop, Nottinghamshire S80 3BE. Grid ref: SK625746
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