From the little known Springfield Park, we’ll go by many of the local green spaces near Entry Hill and Bloomfield Road before walking through the shorter of the two tunnels, to emerge in Lyncombe Vale before climbing back up towards Foxhill.
The walk is 2 miles with a bit of up and down, it starts with a steady descent and ends with a steep climb, smaller undulations along the route. There are steps but no stiles. It’s on paved and unpaved paths, the nearest public toilets on the route are at the Hub Mulberry Park, where you can also pick up some refreshments.
There are buses to the area, but if you’re driving please park carefully on local residential streets.
Dogs are welcome. Those with younger children/babies in a carrier may like this walk, but note the route isn’t buggy friendly. We’ll stop for plenty of snacks along the way.
The walk leader is Nicole Daw from Cotswolds National Landscape.
Booking is essential, you can book your free tickets here – book One Tunnel.