Maiasc two
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By Ken on 02 Sep 2022







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A desktop exercise, I don't know the area and haven't walked the route. It does however use a good section of the snailed route Bramai-2

A desktop exercise, I don't know the area and haven't walked the route. It does however use a good section of the snailed route Bramai-2


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Grid Ref SU8903381171
Lat / Lon 51.52245° / -0.71810°
Easting / Northing 489,033E / 181,171N
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Grid Ref SU9223768794
Lat / Lon 51.41068° / -0.67517°
Easting / Northing 492,237E / 168,794N
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Petr Sadilek

25 Jun 2023 Summer

A mostly quiet walk through a green countryside with a couple of sections where walkers need to share a road with cars.
The route is relatively straight and leads mostly under the protection of trees. My estimate is that 60% is in shade and the rest is an open country.

As for safety, there is one section where walkers need to be vigilant, namely on Braziers Lane which has no pavement, and the road edge is not wide. It helps to make yourself visible to drivers.

Some footpaths on the way were not well maintained and the route was blocked by overarching bramble canes so wearing long trousers is advisable.

The route is fairly easy to follow but it there are a couple of places where the path on the ground can make one miss a turn. For instance a turn to Hibbert Road from Windsor Road in Bray Wick.

Even though the route is mostly enjoyable, the last couple of km before Braywick Park Nature Reserve in Maidenhead requires one to cross busy streets and walk along noisy roads. If I was to choose next time, I’d prefer a route leading via Bray rather than Bray Wick.
You can also spare yourself a short walk along a road by taking a shortcut via a public footpath off Forest Green Road instead.

There are pubs on the route, for instance at Winkfield.

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