Family adventure. Walking with kids. Brede High Woods near Battle East Sussex. Reservoir views

Brede High Woods

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Park in the eastern car park to access two way-marked walks.

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At 747 acres Brede High Woods is one of the largest sites owned by the Woodland Trust in England! Located on the edge of Powdermill Reservoir, the High Woods are actually a collection of nine ancient woodlands.  


* Reservoir views

* See the site and nearby remains of a 17th century farm

* Carpets of bluebells and wood anemones in Spring

* Home to herds of fallow deer 

At 747 acres Brede High Woods is one of the largest sites owned by the Woodland Trust in England! Located on the edge of Powdermill Reservoir, the High Woods are actually a collection of nine ancient woodlands.  

* Reservoir views

* See the site and nearby remains of a 17th century farm

* Carpets of bluebells and wood anemones in Spring

* Home to herds of fallow deer 

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KEY INFO:

ADMISSION:

FREE!!

SUITABLE FOR

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LOCATION:

B2089 Chitcombe Road, Cripps Corner, TN31 6EX

PARKING:

Free parking

AMENITIES:

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DISTANCE:

Choose from short 0.75 mile loop (red way-marks) or 1.5 mile route (red and black way-marks). Or create your own route along the network of paths.

OPEN:

All day, every day.

PARKING MAP
ROUTE MAP AVAILABLE
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From the eastern car park, choose one of the two short waymarked walks which are signposted. Alternatively (and particularly if you want to take in views of the reservoir), use the map in the car park to determine your own route along the network of footpaths. Beware though, lack of signage en route can make it difficult to know where you are. 

There are no surfaced trails here, and some paths are prone to becoming waterlooged, so it is essential to wear wellies in winter or after rain.  

Dogs are welcome and can be exercised off-lead. Owners are encouraged to 'stick and flick' poo off the path and into the wood where it can rot away naturally.