Free, Guided Wider Estate Walks at National Trust's, Arlington Court

Come and enjoy a gentle, volunteer led walk to discover the beauty of Arlington's wider estate.

The walks are from 1.5 - 3 miles and might be on stoned paths, or through fields, and the nature of Arlington's landscape means that it will always include some amount of hills.

Discover woods, species-rich grasslands and stunning views, learn about the nature restoration work going on and talk to the team about Rosalie Chichester's pioneering vision. All with the support of our friendly, experienced walking volunteers. 

These walks are aimed at being social and supportive, with a feeling of being truly in nature on the wider estate. We are welcoming to all, but the nature of the landscape means that appropriate footwear and clothing is required, and a degree of fitness.

We do have a small resource of good quality new, or 'as new' boots and coats for people to borrow if outdoor wear is a barrier. The event is always free, you just tell our friendly reception team that you are there for the walk and they will show you where the walk meeting point is. 

If you wish to discuss whether this would be suitable for you, please email me: kate.tregellas@nationaltrust.org.uk

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