Explore the stunning surroundings of The Sherwood Hideaway by following the beautiful walks and tree-lined paths that deliver stunning views across Thoresby Estate and lead deep into Sherwood Forest.
With a host of routes you can spend hours hiking or walking in Sherwood Forest. There are way-marked walks over a mix of distances and terrain types to suit both energetic and leisurely walkers.
When you holiday with The Sherwood Hideaway we provide detailed route maps that help you explore this wonderful setting.
FREE Ranger Walks
What is the best way to get to see the outdoors and learn more about the natural environment? Perfect for all ages we offer FREE 30 minute Ranger walks every Tuesday & Saturday Morning at 10am*
Our extremely knowledgeable Rangers Simon & Richard, will take you around the park discussing the beehive, bat box and natural fauna of the area. Book ahead to confirm your space by emailing email@example.com or calling the team and providing your reservation number.
Edwinstowe, Sherwood Forest & Major Oak circular This walk explores some of the woodland including the ancient Major Oak using a number of easy to follow tracks and paths. It is a relatively easy walk of around 6 miles.
Edwinstowe to Thynghowe Walk This 7.5-mile walk stretches from Edwinstowe to its boundaries with Kings Clipstone, Warsop and Budby. The section along the Thynghowe Trail marks some of the events of over a thousand years of history. This area was once a border territory between the kingdoms of Northumbria and Mercia with the hill of Thynghowe, possibly playing an important role in this era.
Edwinstowe Walk If you fancy putting in the miles, then this 8-mile walk could be the one for you. This walk around some of the historic sites at the heart of Sherwood Forest, including parts not normally seen by visitors.
Sherwood Forest County Park and Visitor Centre, just a 10-minute drive from The Sherwood Hideaway, hosts an exhibition about the region’s most famous outlaw – Robin Hood – and gives visitors the chance to test their own archery skills.
This is also the starting point for a nature trail that leads into Sherwood Forest and to The Major Oak, which is 1,000 years old and is said to have been a hiding place for Robin to evade his enemies.
And with so much spectacular woodland to explore we don’t want your beloved pets to miss out, so The Sherwood Hideaway has dog-friendly lodges.