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Sunday, 18 November 2012

New Forest Walks - Ashurst to Brockenhurst Video

Whether you are a local or visitor to the New Forest, this video on New Forest Walks will take you on a real life hike from Ashurst to Brockenhurst. I found the quality of the video not that clever but the guide and commentry are excellent and a must see for anyone interested in viewing the inner depths of the Forest.

The walk starts near to the campsite at Ashurst and ends with the guide consuming a pint at a well known Pub at Brockenhurst - great way to finish a walk :)

Children will love this walk as it will put them directly in touch with nature and a very good chance of spotting Deer and other wildlife - so come on Mum and Dad, get those wellies on and get out and enjoy one of our New Forest Walks with the kids.


This video has been made to accompany a text-only guide at
http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A30036962 as part of the h2g2 AViators project.

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Twenty splendid short country walks in the New Forest National Park
The New Forest is the jewel of Hampshire's crown. Relatively unchanged for centuries, it continues to provide wonderful opportunities for the walker to experience both its unique woodland and rare wildlife. The New Forest is a working, living landscape consisting of peaceful lawns and wild heather moorland, all of which set it apart as a place for the peaceful enjoyment of nature. Its proximity to the commuter belt of the south east means that it is ideally placed for weekend walks, while it continues to attract visitors from much further afield, who come to stay and explore the area for a week or two. Read more...

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