A map of Whitewebbs to show the footpaths and main places of interest – grateful thanks to Rich Stoney of StoneyClibbens-StoneyCreativeLtd who designed and created the map for the Friends of Whitewebbs Park. Printed copies of the map will be available at the cafe from 19th June.

A printable copy of the map can be downloaded here:

Winter note: Many of the paths through the woods get muddy and slippery at this time of year. Boots or wellies are advised.

The footpaths of Whitewebbs link up with those of Hilly Fields, Forty Hall and beyond. It is about half a mile from the cafe at Beggars Hollow to Forty Hall as the crow flies. There are short walks along tarmac paths, rough walks along ever changing paths in the woodland and longer 4 to 5 mile walks using the various permutations. The area is popular with dog walkers, the bridleway is used by local horse riders and the riding stables. Cyclists can use the bridleways and have shared use with pedestrians of the new all weather path from Forty Hall through Hilly Fields to Strayfield Road. The tarmac roadway through the golf course is a right of way for walkers but is occasionally open to cars during events.
The cafe at Beggars Hollow is a good starting point for walks. There is adequate car parking and there are toilet facilities.