Munden Estate offers a range of opportunities for walkers, horse riders and cyclists.
The network of public access that covers the Estate provide about 6 miles of footpaths, 2 miles of permissive footpaths and about 2 miles of bridleways (and bridleways also permit cyclists).
We welcome those that choose to come here to walk, ride and cycle here, but ask that you leave only your footprints and take away just your memories. Please respect the countryside code and that well maintained farmland is a pleasure for us all but also a business for others.
Munden Estate also includes Bricket Wood Common with a further network of footpaths and bridleways. The common is jointly managed by Munden Estate and St Albans District Council and has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The aim is to maintain the ancient woodland structure whilst still carrying out careful woodland management. There is currently an area of traditional coppicing following a 20 year rotational programme and an area of heathland conservation grazing with a small herd of Longhorn cattle.
All rights of way at Munden and on Bricket Wood Common are clearly signed – please followed the labelled routes and keep all dogs under control and on leads when livestock are visible.