On a crisp winter’s day, wrap up warm and head out for a brisk walk, in and around West Berkshire.

From National Trust to BBWOT, there are a number of places to visit.

Disability access advise is given where it is documented the website and many areas are dog friendly- not to mention at good place to find that hot cup of something to warm you up!

Winter Walks at Beacon Hill Iron Age Hill Fort

Winter Walks at Beacon Hill Iron Age Hill Fort | One of the best known hill forts in England and the site of one of the beacons that formed a network across Hampshire. The firing of beacons on prominent hilltops was an integral part of the early defence and communication system for Britain. The last chain of beacons was lit on 5 June 2012 to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

Winter Walks on Moor Copse

Winter Walks on Moor Copse

Winter Walks on Moor Copse | Large swathes of tranquil woodland surround a patchwork of meadows and pastures set in the heart of the Pang Valley in Berkshire

Winter Walks on Hungerford Common

Winter Walks on Hungerford Common

Winter Walks on Hungerford Common | The perfect place to enjoy a picnic, walk your dog, exercise, or simply sit and enjoy the views and wildlife. Hungerford Common, or Common Port Down to give one of its many other names, is 220 acres (89 hectares) of ancient common land, permanent pasture, mature trees, canal and strip lynchets, to the east of Hungerford.

Winter Walks at Basildon Park

Winter Walks at Basildon Park | Winter at Basildon Park is a beautiful time of the year, and the perfect place for a refreshing winter walk.

Mesmerising murmurations, feisty foxes and roving tit flocks are among this month’s wild highlights.

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