There are some excellent walks around Windsor. Here are some walks of different lengths that we think you will enjoy.
Windsor to Datchet along the river.
Distance: 2.5 miles
This is an easy stroll past the castle and royal park to Datchet (where you can pick up a train back to Windsor and Eton Riverside Station). The views of the castle from the home park are exceptionally good and the whole walk is all on flat ground so suitable for all fitness levels.
Great Park Walk (east)
A gentle circular stroll From Savill Garden Car Park to The Copper Horse
Great Park (west)
A five mile circular from Bishops Gate (Illustrated)
Distance 2 miles
This route includes suggestions for places in Windsor where you can stop and take some really spectacular photographs in a variety of interesting locations.
The Long Walk
Distance 7.5 miles
This varied route includes the wide tree-lined ‘Long Walk’ into Windsor Great Park. The first trees along this route were planted on the orders of King Charles II.
Dorney Circular Walk
Distance 8.5 miles
A beautiful circular walk from Windsor with lots of riverside views and either a great cafe or pub for refreshment halfway round the walk.
Windsor Great Park Walk
Distance 8.8 miles
From either the Ranger’s Gate or Cranbourne Gate (both on the A332 between Windsor and Ascot) car parks, take a circular walk through the wonderful vistas of the Great Park. There are hills and valleys to explore. Nothing too difficult though.
Queen Anne’s Ride
Distance 10 miles
This route includes not only the Long Walk, but also goes through ‘the village’ in the Great Park and returns to town via Queen Anne’s Ride with some wonderful Castle views.