Barton Hills Through The Years (2001)

Wednesday 20 Oct ~ 10:00 AM

A guided walk through Barton Hills National Nature Reserve discussing the history of the reserve from the formation of the dramatic hills and valley's you see today, it's various uses throughout the years leading up to it's designation of national nature reserve and the current management of the reserve today. We will also discuss why the habitat is so important and some of the notable species present on the site.

Route Details

Capacity
25
Distance
2 miles
Duration
3 hours
Pace
Gentle
Difficulty
Fairly strenuous (challenging - steep gradients, rough terrain)

Price

Free

Meeting arrangements

Meet at St. Nicholas Church Car Park (MK45 4LA) at 10am Parking available

Walk Leader

Holly Bilcock, Natural England

Family Friendly

Not suitable for young children

Dogs Welcome

Dogs on leads welcome

Accessibility

There are some steep hills, uneven footing, rabbit holes and wet muddy ground on the route which unfortunately makes it unsuitable for wheelchair users, buggies and scooters.

Further Information

Make sure to bring suitable footwear and clothing for steep, muddy uneven terrain. No toilet facilities on site.

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