Holton Lee

Holton Heath, Poole
BH16 6JN
(OS: SY960912)

From Poole: Take A35 past Upton, then A351 at the Bakers Arms roundabout. At 500m, immediately after the Romany Business Centre, sharp left into small lane signed ‘Holton Lee’ on corner. Follow the lane (Single track 20mph) for ½ mile past cottages and cattle grid. Then a further ½ mile to the main buildings. Turn right into the car park.
The start and finish marker is attached to the main notice board which was on your left as you turned into the car park.

From Wareham: A351 for 3 miles. Traffic lights. ½ mile roundabout. Continue A351 ½ mile, right turn off A351 into lane signed ‘Holton Lee’ on corner. Then proceed as above.

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Holton Lee is a large estate of meadows, woods and heath land bordering Poole Harbour. It is maintained by a charity which provides opportunities for disabled people to flourish through the arts, horticulture and the environment. Careful & considerate members of the public are welcome. It is open all the year.
Tramper all-terrain mobility scooters are available via Reception for hire by the hour. It would be advisable to book in advance (01202 625562).

This is a lovely place; please consider making a donation to the Charity at Reception before you leave.

Three orienteering trails are offered, each on a separate map. Download and view the maps from the links below and decide which trail to print. Please also print the User Notes and read them carefully. All three trails are suitable for Trampers.
Reception has a limited number of maps available for purchase.

To view and/or print the trail maps (A4), click on each of the links below:

You will need Adobe Reader to view and print these files. If you need to download Adobe Reader click here. This may take several minutes.

When printing the map from Adobe Reader, select Portrait and Page Scaling as NONE.
The leaflets can be printed in Portrait with Page Scaling set to ‘Fit to Margins’.

Related external pages

The website of Livability, the charity looking after the location.

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