There is waymarking of features and distances at Burton Dassett Hills.
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Woodland Walk Audio Trail
Hartshill Hayes woodland walk (mp3, 1.6Mb)
Take part in the Hartshill Hayes woodland walk by downloading the audio guide for your mp3 player. (right click the MP3 link and select Save Target As… to save to your computer).
There are many surfaced paths providing easy access for pushchairs, wheelchairs, children, the elderly and those less able. Other unsurfaced woodland paths are there to explore. Please remember to wear suitable outdoor footwear if you are planning to go off the main paths as they may be muddy and uneven.
Three new waymarked routes are now available to explore, each one being approximately 1.5 miles long so pick up a map from the Visitor Centre and enjoy the views.
If you are using the bridleway to walk, remember you may encounter horses and cyclists on this route. When passing horses or cycles, keep to one side, and keep dogs on short leads.
There are 3 walks through varying landscapes. Walking leaflets are on sale in the Visitor Centre.
Pooley Miners trail
Pooley Miners Trail (mp3, 4.5Mb)
Pooley Miners trail audio guide – Take part in the Pooley Miners trail by downloading the audio guide for your mp3 player (right click the MP3 link and select Save Target As… to save to your computer).
The 100 acres of Ryton Pools Country Park are just waiting to be explored. The many different habitats are home to a wide range of birds and other wildlife. The excellent surfaced paths enable easy walking around the site, and provide access to an adjoining ancient woodland, Ryton Wood (by agreement with the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust).
The Greenway, as well as being a linear Country Park, is a permissive bridleway which means that it can be used by pedestrians, cyclists and horse-riders. Kissing gates have been installed to prevent unauthorised access by motorbikes.
Circular walks available. Easy walking access to/from Stratford town centre (1 mile).
The Offchurch Greenway, is a flat, surfaced footpath and cycleway which offers exceptional views across South Warwickshire as users make their way along its one and a half miles.
Many unusual plants thrive at this Nature Reserve, which was formed after limestone excavations ceased. It is also home to 15 types of dragonfly and 28 different butterflies. A mostly flat, circular, waymarked surfaced footpath will lead walkers around the site.