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Dog walk

Hazelborough Wood


Type of walk

Flat, Forest

What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, Pathed Routes

About this walk
Hazelborough Wood is an ancient oak woodland with a network of grassy rides for walking. It showcases beautiful bluebells in spring time and wildlife spotting all year round.
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How to get there


Brackley Hatch, Brackley NN13 5TU, UK

Location details

If approaching from the South, exit the A43 at the junction signposted for Silverstone, and turn left immediately into the car park for the woods. If approaching from the North, exit the A43 at the junction signposted for Silverstone, take the third exit on the roundabout then take the next left and follow signs for Hazelborough Woods.

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