Where is the Gruffalo trail in Surrey?

Where is the Gruffalo trail in Surrey?

Alice Holt Forest
Address – Alice Holt Forest, Bucks Horn Oak, Farnham, Surrey GU10 4LS.

Where is my nearest Gruffalo trail?

Where Is The Gruffalo Trail?

  • Alice Holt, Surrey.
  • Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest, Kent.
  • Cannock Chase Forest, Staffordshire.
  • Dalby Forest, Yorkshire.
  • Delamere Forest, Cheshire.
  • Fineshade Wood, Northamptonshire.
  • Haldon Forest Park, Exeter.
  • Hamsterley, Durham.

What trail is Gruffalo on at Alice Holt?

Located in Alice Holt Forest in Farnham is a wonderful walking trail that’s for families. Based on Julia Donaldson’s fantastic story the Gruffalo, the discovery walk is free to enjoy and easily accessible.

Is Alice Holt open in lockdown?

Our Visitor Centre is now open daily from 9:30am to 3:30pm!

How long does the Gruffalo trail take?

approximately 20 mins
The trail will take approximately 20 mins to get to the Gruffalo (depending on how many photos and selfies you take at each sculpture) and then you can sit for a moment or two and take in the beauty of the forest next to the river, before a comfortable stroll back down to the visitors centre, where you can grab a nice …

How long is the Gruffalo trail?

Cannock Chase Gruffalo Trail Gruffalo Trail Cannock Chase – only has the large wooden Gruffalo sculpture and pictures of the characters and is about 1.5km long.

How long does Gruffalo trail take?

How long is the Gruffalo trail at Dalby Forest?

The trail starts at the World Cup Car Park near Adderstone Field. The trail is 2km in length and the route is easy and accessible on level, surfaced ground. It is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.

How much does it cost to park at Alice Holt?

Parking Charges

Charges at peak times (weekends, school holidays, bank holidays)
Up to 2 hours £5.00
Up to 3 hours £7.00
Up to 4 hours £9.00
All day £12.00

Do you have to pay at Alice Holt?

Alice Holt is free to visit, just car parking charges to pay for your day out. An annual car parking pass makes excellent value if you live locally. And with rooms to hire you can now hold an event or party here in the Farnham countryside.

Is the Gruffalo trail still on at Delamere Forest?

The Gruffalo ORIENTEERING Trail is back.

Is the Gruffalo at Delamere Forest?

The Gruffalo will come alive in the forest like never before thanks to a free new app. Families will be able to use it to follow clues around Delamere Forest and find the characters from the best-selling children’s book by Julia Donaldson.