Accessible walking routes in the New Forest area

Looking to get out walking with the mobility scooter, wheelchair or double buggy?

Hampshire has the second highest number of accessible walks in the UK! Plus more information about accessible walk routes in the Lymington and New Forest area.

mobility scooter walk at mudefordSince Covid appreciation of the great outdoors has blossomed, or perhaps we should now say mushroomed! That includes in wheelchairs or buggies or on mobility scooters: so for walks on wheels or miles without stiles we've started putting some information together here.

And, according to new research, Hampshire has the second highest number of accessible walks in the UK! (Beaten to second place by Somerset, apparently.)  

Accessible Countryside for Everyone has provided an online list of walks, country parks and nature reserves that are all accessible.

And a number of the walks in Hampshire are in the Lymington and New Forest area. Including beautiful places like Keyhaven, Hatchet Pond and Hordle Cliff. 

Disabled access, wheelchair walks, easy access, access for all, mobility, walks on wheels, miles without stiles - whatever the term the following is all about accessibility to the countryside and green spaces. People need this information for so many reasons when planning to be in the great outdoors, from buggy wheeling to mobility scootering to short term necessity caused by injury or illness...

Click here to see the full list!

The list of walks is followed by other useful lists of accessible beaches, and sport and other information pertinent to reduced mobility and indeed disability, including our own very special Lymington Sailability!

See also other "accessible" information

Wheelchair accessible walks in the New Forest

Accessible walks - miles without stiles in the New Forest!

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