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Alice Holt Lodge Pond Trail

Alice Holt Lodge Pond Trail

​A figure-of-eight woodland walk of just less than 3 miles through Alice Holt Forest in Surrey. The walk gives a lovely mixture of typical woodland tracks along with a short stretch alongside Lodge Pond and then a section of the sculpture trail giving younger family members (or those young at heart!) the chance to play on the giant owl, woodpecker and butterfly.

The walk follows narrow woodland tracks which have lots of exposed tree roots and will be very muddy after wet weather or in winter. The walk has a few steady climbs and descents and there are a couple of sections with steps. The route is waymarked and there are no stiles or gates. Dogs are welcome in the forest. Approximate time 1 to 1.5 hours.

The walk starts from the main largest car park (pay and display) in the Alice Holt Forest visitor centre. The forest centre is signed off the A325 south of Farnham. Follow the entrance lane all the way into the complex and park in the furthest car park – beyond the education centre. Approximate post code GU10 4LS.

The full walk can be viewed and printed via the iFootpath website - Alice Holt Lodge Pond Trail This walk is also available on the iFootpath App.

To book discount train tickets to this location please visit Train Genius

Location (Map)

Francis Corner Woodland
Pyrford and the Wey Navigation