Kingley Vale

Kingley Vale anmeldelser, Chichester

Kingley Vale
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rvic007uk
Brighton, UK338 bidrag
sep. 2021 • Venner
Stunning area with huge ancient trees and impressive views from the top grave hills of the past with which nature and plenty to walk around and explore
Skrevet 5. november 2021
Denne anmeldelsen er den subjektive meningen til et Tripadvisor-medlem og ikke fra TripAdvisor LLC.

K B
Hayling Island, UK440 bidrag
okt. 2021
We parked at east stoke car park (which is free) (Sunday 18th Oct) and walked to the information hut, it was open and very informative, carried on walking through the middle of the trees, wow some beautiful yew trees, there was a gradual climb at first, then when you passed the pond on your right it started to get a bit steeper, then when you passed the bench half way up the hill on the left (we sat for a few minutes to catch our breath) then it started to get really steep, there are some wooden steps that really helped. But when you get to the top wow the view (on a clear day) are breath taking. Definitely worth the climb, then you follow the path to the left and you can see the burial mounds, when you get to the top of those the views are even more spectacular. We didn't want to go down the way we came so we went left and it was a more gradual walk down rather than the very steep on, cut through the trees, easier on the legs, you end up near the pond. It was a perfect day for walking too, cloudy and sunny and cool, that's one off my bucket list. We had taken a bottle of water and a sandwich and sat by the pond and had a little picnic and refuelled for the walk back to the car. It was awesome to say the least.
Skrevet 20. oktober 2021
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Penman12
Emsworth, UK40 bidrag
sep. 2021 • Par
Kingley Vale
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Burial mounds of the Viking Kings.
The Vale also has one of Europe's most impressive yew forests. The forest contains yews as much as 2,000 years old, which are some of the oldest living organisms in Great Britain.[8] Their survival is remarkable because most ancient yew trees across Europe were felled after the 14th century, being the preferred material for the staves of English longbows.
Skrevet 5. september 2021
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Dave Puls
Nottingham, UK883 bidrag
aug. 2021 • Familie
Fantastic walk from West Stoke car park to Kingley Vale. Took about an hour in total to see the Elm trees and up to the Dew pond. Amazing 500+ year old trees, that really look like a small version of something from Lord of the Rings!
Skrevet 24. august 2021
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I love dining out
Bath, UK462 bidrag
jun. 2021
Parked in the West Stoke car park and followed the trail signs to complete a "sort of" circular walk. Some pretty steep paths but all were quite robust. Fantastic views from the uppermost points and a relief to be coming down the steps & not going up them!
Glad we wore sensible footwear.

Loved the ancient yews too.

Would definitely recommend Kingley Vale Nature Reserve as a good, peaceful & very beautiful place to go.
Skrevet 19. juni 2021
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Chuleton
2 bidrag
apr. 2021
Kingley Vale is a great place to walk in nature and to go with family and friends. lots of old trees and stuff like that.
Skrevet 16. juni 2021
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PirloParty
Royal Tunbridge Wells, UK74 bidrag
mai 2021 • Par
A lovely 5km walk at Kingley Vale. We parked at West Stoke car park (PO18 9BE).

Once you have scaled the hill, I would recommend RHS on the way up and steps on the way down, you are greeted with some lovely views!
Skrevet 27. mai 2021
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Jeremy M
Merton, UK6 bidrag
aug. 2020
Great walk in the ancient yew forest before you emerge onto the downs, where from the top you can see for miles
Skrevet 6. mai 2021
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EvilSpud
Amesbury, UK198 bidrag
apr. 2021 • Par
Went for a walk there yesterday. Absolutely glorious day. Parking is very much a side of the road affair. If you're lucky enough to get a spot in the actual car park, don't fall for the parking donation scam they run. The parking is free - any machine or number to call is collecting money and not actually paying for parking, because it's FREE. There's plenty of collection places I'd you want to make a donation.

From the car park it's a short walk through to the Woods. Where you are greeted by a wooden sculpture of an anus - curious choice. Top tip avoid the nature trail through the valley - you miss out on the great yew trees that are after all the point of coming here. At the far end of the valley you head up the valley side and onto the ridge line, through some fairly insignificant yew trees in comparison to big trees in the valley. Once you get out of these small trees you hit a great spot to rest and take in the views of Portsmouth, Chichester and the Isle of Wight. It's a great place to sit on a sunny day and have a picnic.

Follow the ridge line along and back down to the wooden sphincter, then out to the car park.
Skrevet 26. april 2021
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Roger S
East Grinstead, UK321 bidrag
okt. 2020
Lovely walk around the perimeter of the walk, up to the Devils Humps and then through to the the 2000 year old Yew Tress - Amazing and enjoyable on a luck part sunny day in October. Had to park quite a way down the road as the car park was brimming full - would imaging best to get there early to get your car in. There are thousands of Yew Trees here on this walk especially as you get to the higher parts, but make sure you don't miss the old huge Yew trees down in the wood nearer the middle of the vale.
Skrevet 13. oktober 2020
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