Fancy dragging the family out this Sunday for a walk, and then a cheeky pint, in the sun? Look no further!

Here's our pick of some of the BEST pub walks in and around Berkshire. Enjoy! 

Windsor and Eton via The Thames Path Circular

According to All Trails, this walk is considered easy and durable for most people with a great mix of scenery and views.

You may wish to take the opportunity to explore Windsor before setting off, joining the large numbers of international tourists who visit the royal attraction of Windsor Castle, or visit one of the town's many pubs.

Very quickly the trail can escape the hustle and bustle of Windsor onto the Thames Path where you will see a slower pace of life with locals and tourists on the river.

Yattendon Circular

Walkers are advised to take care along the rougher sections of this route, especially in wetter conditions when the paths become muddy.

Appropriate footwear is advised. Some parts can also become overgrown. Also be aware of livestock that may be along these paths as you cross the active farm fields. 

And, don't forget to stop off at one of Yattendon's lovely pubs! 

Twyford and Loddon Nature Reserve Circular

All Trails presents this as a circular walk starting from Twyford in East Berkshire.

The walk takes in some of the residential streets of the village before following the River Loddon through a beautiful nature reserve of lakes (former gravel pits) and then returning to Twyford across fields.

Waltham Saint Lawrence and Shottesbrooke Park Circular

This is a lovely circular trail from the beautiful village of Waltham St Lawrence in Berkshire.

The route enjoys long stretches of tree-lined bridleways, with fine views of open fields and woodland.

You will pass through several small settlements, including West End, with beautiful historic properties - and pubs!

The return leg leads you through the parkland at Shottesbrooke Park, with its mansion, parkland trees, open pastures, lake and church.

Warfield Northern Lanes Circular

According to All Trails this is a fairly gentle route through fields and country paths with some really pretty views of the Berkshire countryside.

This trail also includes walking down Ashmore Lane, reputed to be one of the prettiest lanes in the borough, especially when the bluebells are out.

The trail starts from the Frost Folly car park and follows the public footpath gently down the hill, over the stream, and up the steady incline.

As you progress up the hill, you'll see a beautiful old oak tree and a church in Herbert House and continue towards Brock Hill.

Cookham to Marlow via River Thames

Begin this route from the Cookham Moor Car park where you will go north on a path until finding the River Thames.

Follow the river path as it meanders then continue to Marlow. The route is mainly flat with a nice little hill in the middle.

Take in the pretty views along the river. There are pubs in Marlow to stop at as well.

Reading Town River and Canal Circular

Flagged as an easy route by All Trails, it takes an average of 56 min to complete.

This is a popular trail for running and walking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day.

The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime.

Rowbarge Canal and River Kennet Circular

There are several kissing gates on route but no stiles. Some of the fields you cross are likely to be holding cattle, so take care with dogs.

There is one short section of road walking along the edge of an A-road, so beware of the traffic and take particular care with children.

The pub where this route starts enjoys a lovely position right on the canal, giving you the chance to enjoy all the canal activity while you savour great ales and food.

Finchampstead Circuit

Enjoy this beautiful walk around the footpaths and byways near Finchampstead in Berkshire.

The walk follows long straight paths with beautiful stretches of ancient trees and holly bushes.

The walk follows footpaths, many of which might be very muddy after wet weather. The walk is relatively flat except for a short but steep climb to the church towards the end.

Cookham Dean Circular 

This trail offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the local fauna and flora. It passes through parks, small cities, farmlands, and tiny forests, providing ample opportunity for enjoyment.

You can customize the length of your route as per your preference, with many options available.