Total steps: 11
Total steps: 11
The parkland entrance gate near to the Long Barn Café.
Enter the parkland through the green gate (noting the sign about dogs on leads and the free roaming deer and livestock). Follow the pink arrow down a grassy path on your left.
At the bottom of the hill you will come to a green gate. Turn right before this gate, following the pink arrow and keeping the green fence on your left.
At the next pink arrow bear right, keeping the Serpentine River on your left.
When you reach a wooden seat, follow the pink arrow around to the right, keeping the trees on your left.
As you continue, the Rotunda will appear ahead. At the next pink arrow take a left to head up to the Rotunda. A perfect place for a picnic.
Retrace your steps back down the path and then turn left at the pink arrow, keeping the trees on your left.
Continue along the path heading through a large metal gate and then bear left down the slope to the corner of the woods. Go through the small wooden gate, then take the right-hand path into Broom Royd Wood towards the Duke of Argyll monument, as indicated by the signpost. (To avoid the detour to the monument, bear right at the corner of the field and don't go through the small gate into Broom Royd Wood).
From the Duke of Argyll, retrace your steps through Broom Royd Wood back to the signpost and go left through the wooden gate again, back up the slope.
At the top of the slope, bear left on the grass path and up onto The Great South Avenue.
Continue uphill and at the brow you will see Wentworth Castle appear. Continue until you reach a wooden gate and then turn right down the hill.
Head through the large metal gate and continue along the grassy path on the left. Continue until you reach the parkland entrance gate - the point where you started.
At the parkland entrance gate where the walk began. Take a break and enjoy some refreshment back at the Long Barn Café, which serves a selection of snacks, ice creams and hot and cold drinks.
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