Peak Bagging the 1 Mountain, Top, Peak and Hill in The New Forest National Park, England
The New Forest National Park is the area of Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset defined by the New Forest National Park boundary.
The New Forest at 566 km² (219 sq mi) is one of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pasture land, heathland and forest in the otherwise heavily populated area of southern England.
The main settlements are: Ashurst, Beaulieu, Blissford, Bransgore, Brockenhurst, Burley, Frogham, Fordingbridge, Hyde, Hythe, Lymington, Lyndhurst, New Milton, Ringwood, Stuckton and Sway.
While there are lots of lovely walks in The New Forest, much of it through woodland and open pasture, the flat landscape means there is no scope for Peak Bagging. We include The New Forest on these pages for those of you who wish to reach the highest point in all 15 of the National Parks in the UK (you know who you are).>
There is 1 'top' to walk up, bag and conquer which is called Pipers Wait and the area includes:
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with a Trig Point on or near the top