Nature connectedness walk around Harpsden (3001)

Friday 28 May ~ 7:30 AM

You are invited to tune into nature through your senses on this circular nature walk through Harpsden and Peveril Woods. 

Harpsden and Peveril Woods is an ancient woodland situated within the Chiltern Hills AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).

The early morning has recently become my favourite time to enjoy the beauty of nature and I look forward to guiding you on this walk  designed to explore your relationship with nature for wellbeing.

Route Details

3 miles
1.5 hours
Fairly easy (some gentle inclines, steps/stiles)


£6, over 16s

Meeting arrangements

Meet at 7.30am at Harpsden village hall. Parking will be available as well as access to toilet facilities. Please come on foot or by bike if you can.

Walk Leader

Isabelle Brough, Massage and Movement. Isabelle is a massage therapist and restorative exercise specialist with a passion for nature and its impact on wellbeing.

Dogs Welcome

Dogs on leads welcome

Further Information

Please check the forecast before you set off and bring a hot flask if it's a chilly morning.

There will be access to toilets at Harpsden hall, where the walks starts and ends.

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