Tring Park hike – In the footsteps of King Charles II and Rothschild family

An amazing micro-adventure hike through Tring Park on the foothills of the Chilterns, where mixed woodland and parkland originally landscaped by Charles Bridgeman in the late 17th and early 18th centuries comes to life.

Tring Park, now maintained by the Woodland Trust and the mansion, covering 264 acres of natural habitat of special scientific interest, has been owned by royal connection, King Charles II and banking family, the Rothschild family. Great hill climbing, picnic spaces and a superb day out for the whole family!

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Inside look…

  • Stunning panoramic views

  • Amazing hiking trails

  • Mostly gravel / dirt / grass trails

  • Steep hill climbing

  • Wonderful ancient woodlands

  • Hilltop views for miles

  • Open meadows and parkland

  • Some wildlife & bird spotting

  • Scenic setting

  • Lots of historical value

  • Perfect for a family day out

  • Great for short or extended hiking routes

  • No cafe onsite bring food supplies

  • No toilets onsite

  • Free lay-by parking

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