Explore your community woodland

The Forest of Marston Vale is 61 square miles, and surrounded by the stunning countryside of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire - that's a lot to explore! We put together some of our favourite routes for walkers, cyclists and horse riders as part of the Paths 4 Communities project (funded by the EU through Natural England)

The Forest obviously has loads of amazing green spaces, including 13 of our own woodlands which are all free to access on foot/bike/horseback, 365 days a year but these routes are all based around the Forest Centre & Millennium Country Park. 

Routes

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Ampthill routes button  Cranfield routes button 

Houghton Conquest routes  Kempston and Wootton routes 

Lidlington Routes  Marston routes button 

Willington routes button  Wistead routes button

More ideas

Nordic Walking

Walk 2 Fitness walk at the Millennium Country Park on Wednesdays - no matter what your experience level, it's a great way to keep fit and get some fresh air.

Let’s Go.org.uk

For loads of walking, cycling and horse riding routes throughout the whole of Bedfordshire, check out Let’s Go.

For more information about any of the routes above please call 01234 767037 or email us. To report any issues with the routes, please contact Bedford Borough or Central Bedfordshire Councils.

 


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