Please Note: this walk has already happened.

Ashdown House is set in the Lambourn Valley and this walk will let us enjoy the landscape and some of the interesting features of the geological history over the last 100 million years.

We will see a chalk valley, now with no water flow, sarsen stones and beautiful views.

Walk Leader/organisation: Lesley from Berkshire Geoconservation Group

Walk Information

  • Booking: Free – Booking essential – 20 places
  • Distance & approximate duration: 3.2 miles – approx 2 hours
  • Difficulty: Fairly easy to moderate. There is an incline but on good paths
  • Accessibility: Not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs. Suitable for older children
  • Dogs: Dogs on leads welcome

For general booking information, health and safety advice, terms and conditions please see our useful information page.

  • Meeting point: National Trust car park off the B4000.  What3words: newest.really.relegate Postcode of Ashdown House is RG17 8RE.
  • Public Transport: Unfortunately, there is no Sunday bus service
  • Parking: National Trust car park – free
  • Nearby Refreshments: Bring any refreshments that may be required, such as a snack and a drink
  • Closest Toilets: There are no public toilets available nearby

Further Information

Ashdown House  is open Wednesdays and Saturdays. For more information, see:  https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ashdown

For information about Berkshire Geoconservation group, see https://berksgeoconservation.org.uk/

This walk is brought to you by our partner:

Sarsen stones on the downs above Ashdown House- credit Lesley Dunlop