Walk 52 – Walk with Wheels

  • DATE: Tuesday 17 October

  • TIME: 11.00

  • START LOCATION: Visitor Centre, Queen Elizabeth Country Park,

  • DISTANCE: 6 miles

  • DURATION: Up to 5 hours including coffee & lunch breaks


An inclusive walk for disabled AND able-bodied walkers alike, led by Hampshire Roamability. The walk will meander around the country park, which is mainly mixed woodland, but with some good views of the surrounding Downs and countryside. The circular walk will cover a variety of landscape including hills.

It is suitable for medium sized scooters and large powerchairs. 

QECP has 2 Tramper scooters available to hire – these must be booked in advance. 

Dogs on short leads are welcome.

Please bring a packed lunch, and walkers need to bring a padded mat to sit on at lunch time due to a lack of grass.

There are toilets and a cafe at the start/finish

Parking is £6.00 and is paid by card only. Disabled with Blue Badge must pay.

Interested disabled ramblers should email:


Everyone else please sign up through the festival Eventbrite link below.

Walk Key

Please look at the festival website ‘Information’ page to understand the walk key, what to wear, advice on medical information, weather plans, arriving before the scheduled departure time etc before deciding if you would like to join this walk.

Walk Pace


Walk Grade

Varying landscape with some more challenging slopes. Suitable for keen walkers or anyone who is reasonably active

Take a packed lunch

Circular walk

Dogs on leads welcome

Walk Leader

This ramble is let by Di Pettet, a member of Hampshire RoamAbility, who has led accessible rambles for Isle of Wight Walking Festivals. Hampshire RoamAbility run rambles in Hampshire and surrounding counties, for people using mobility scooters and powerchairs, and walkers are also welcome. The rambles are graded according to distance and degree of difficulty so that people can decide if they are suitable, but are usually between 5 and 8 miles long. The group also campaigns to improve access to the countryside by getting barriers changed