Explore the New Forest with this series of 16 walks through ancient landscapes where long-forgotten bumps, hollows and moss-clad earthen banks have stories to tell of Bronze and Iron Age peoples, Romans, Normans and others who lived, worked and hunted here.
New Forest Walks
Illustrated throughout with photographs that bring to life the secret past of this remarkable corner of England.
Distance: 4 to 10.5 miles
About the Author
Andrew Walmsley lived in Lyndhurst, the ‘capital' of the New Forest, for 25 years, and has organised and led many New Forest walks on behalf of the county ornithological society and other groups. Particular areas of interest include landscape and wildlife photography, local history and natural history. He is the author of the ever-popular New Forest Explorers Guide web site, and since 1996 has been a regular contributor to Hampshire, the County Magazine.