Super exhilarating dog walk country, with the bonus here of a site of a series of ancient castles - starting in the Bronze Age and then extra fortifications added later by the Normans made it bigger, and then Henry 1st 'modernised' after that. Traces remain, and the view is spectacular.
Follow the red waymarkers from the car park. These will lead you up to the top, and those amazing views. Isn't it annoying how dogs don't seem to notice hills?
For a longer walk, carry on down the hill on the track and at a crossroads of paths turn right - this is a public footpath. Turn right at the next track corossroads and follow this as far as the end of the trees. Then take a sharp right to join a public footpath and this will take you back to the car park. This route is around 4 miles.
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