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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Hampshire

'Wildlife watching is easy with access to 6 accessible bird hides and a number of "viewing screens" around the site. During the summer months it is a great place to look for adder, grass snake and ...
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Category New Forest

'Operated by The Friends of Brickfields Country Park in conjunction with Rushmoor Borough Council, The Friends were formed in 1992 by a group of local residents wanting to become involved ...
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Category Rushmoor

'Gosport has a great range of attractions, activities, events and places to visit, perfect for one day or a longer trip to the South Coast. With its fantastic location, beautiful beaches and opport ...
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Category Gosport

'Southampton Old Town ... QE2 Mile ... Titanic Trail ...'


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Category Southampton

'This Site is for the benefit of residents and visitors to Emsworth, it is non-profit making, and designed solely to give you pleasure in the village and its surroundings. FREE walk itineraries are ...
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Category Havant

Includes: Long Distance Walks; Guided Walks; Featured Walks; Town Walks; New Forest Walks.


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Category Hampshire

'Situated on the banks of the River Hamble, there are picturesque views across the river valley. As you explore the park the scene alters from amazing Victorian landscaped gardens with lakes, islan ...
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Category Fareham

Each of the ten walks has detailed instructions, map, photographs and GPX file.


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Category East Hampshire

'Made up of lagoons, reeds beds, salt marsh and mud flats and supports a number of vulnerable plants and rare species and provides rich feeding grounds for a wide variety of birds, particularly dur ...
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Category New Forest

'Also available from the Visitor Information Centre are New Forest Food Trail leaflets. Food Trails can be completed on foot or by bike, allowing you to experience the vast landscapes that ...
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Category New Forest

'Taking place during half term week, walkers of all ages will be led on bespoke experiences by expert guides highlighting the unique countryside, wildlife, culture and history of this international ...
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Category New Forest

'Oakley Ramblers Club has approximately fifty members spread over a wide range of ages. About every three weeks we have a Sunday morning walk of around 5 miles which normally takes 2 to 2½ ...
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'The Society's area is made up of thirteen parishes and covers about 160 square kilometres of greatly varied countryside ranging from quiet water meadows to high wind-blown common, from the edge of ...
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Category New Forest

'It has mostly mixed deciduous woodland and working coppice and is also the source of the River Blackwater. As well as the deciduous woodland, which is noted for its bluebells in spring, a diverse ...
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Category Rushmoor

'The Hill stands 70m above the river valley with 100+ steps on the north and south sides. There is a flatter route via the surfaced footpath parallel to the Read More...

Category Winchester

'Most of the paths have firm, stony surfaces and benches every 200m. There are some steep slopes but the paths are flat elsewhere. The unsurfaced paths are waterlogged and slippery when wet because ...
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Category Fareham

Download from the Website PDFs of 'walking' booklets for: [1] Stockbridge - - - : [2] Southern Test Valley - - - : [3] Northern Test Valley - - - : [4] Andover - - - : [5] North Baddesley and Valle ...
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Category Test Valley

'These walks are also suitable for those who are less able and for pushchairs and buggies as they are on gravel tracks. Map reading is not required, just follow the wooden posts with the coloured m ...
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Category New Forest

Beyond the Reserve 'Countryside Staff at Titchfield Haven National Nature Reserve also manage a wide area of countryside beyond the reserve. This includes footpaths, bridleways an ...
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Category Fareham

'There are two marked trails "red" and "green". Both trails start at Middle Barn. The Barn and the adjacent gamekeeper's cottage were built during the early nineteenth Century. The barn contains a ...
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Category Gosport

Download PDFs from the Website of: [1] Heathland Walk - - - : [2] Three Ponds Walk.


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Category Hart

'The Allan King Way and this guidebook is dedicated to the memory of Allan King who worked voluntarily for the Hampshire Area of the Ramblers’ Association as Publicity Officer. His way of ...
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Category Fareham

'The Arle Valley Trail branches off the Millennium Trail and then rejoins it about one and a half miles later. It lets you see at closer hand some of the lovely surrounding countryside. Wh ...
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Category Winchester

'The quiet corner of Hampshire through which this walk passes seems like the kind of countryside in which nothing much happened ...'


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Category East Hampshire

'Different parts of the canal hold their own surprises such as the flights of locks in Surrey, the lakes and flashes near Mytchett or the rolling fields and picturesque cottages near Odiham. There ...
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Category 2: 26-50 Miles

'Explore the architectural features of many of the town's buildings - and look behind the facades. Discover some of the town's more famous residents - and find out about some of those who passed th ...
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'The Dyke encompasses an area of about 500 acres. Legend has it that the bank and ditches were built by John de Pontoise, Bishop of Winchester around 1284. He was given permission to enclose an are ...
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Category New Forest

'The Blackwater Valley is maintained as an open space along the borders of the English counties of Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey. It runs for approximately 30 km, from the source of the River Bla ...
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Category Rushmoor

'The walk takes in heathland, forest, tiny fields and small farms, then climbs to the highest villages in Hampshire, offering spectacular views, rolling downland and clear chalk streams.'


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Category Rushmoor

'The Trailway is named after Charles Castleman, a Wimborne Solicitor, who was responsible for building the original railway line and the first to connect Dorset to the wider rail network. The South ...
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Category New Forest

'William Cobbett (1763-1835) was a radical politician and one of the foremost political journalists of his age. Today he is best remembered for such books as "Cottage Economy", "Advice to Young Men ...
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Category Eastleigh

'There are many attractive walks in both Southwood Meadows and along the Cove Brook. Walks are also organised by local walking groups such as Rushmoor Healthy Living Walks or the Rambl ...
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Category Rushmoor

'There is a continuous moderate gradient from the car park up to the hill fort with a short steeper section at the top. The Hill Fort is fenced and access is through gates or kissing gates.'


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Category Test Valley

'There are just one or two patches with nettles and brambles, so bare legs might be uncomfortable. The terrain is generally firm, so strong walking shoes or trainers should be fine. There is 150m a ...
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Category East Hampshire

'The Society seeks to chronicle, protect and enhance the heritage, character and environment of the Parish of Odiham and North Warnborough.'


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Category Hart

Download PDFs from the Website: 1. Edward Thomas Walk - Steep : - - : 2. Flora Thompson Walk - Liphook : - - : 3. Gilbert White Walk - Selborne : - - : 4. WH Hudson Walk - Buriton : - - : 5. Willia ...
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Category East Hampshire

'We offer a "pre-walk" ordering service where you can reserve a table, order your food and drinks before you leave providing us with your estimated time of return. Your food and drinks will be read ...
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Category Hart

'Passes through open parkland and countryside, woodland, coastal heath and alongside pebble beach.'


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Category Eastleigh

'The River Hamble is a major centre for all types of recreational boating, home to thousands of sailing yachts and motorboats.'


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Category Eastleigh

'Following the closure of the Tourism Unit of Eastleigh Borough Council in 2006, the fully trained guides decided to form an independent association to continue offering public guided walks ... Var ...
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Category Eastleigh

Details of about a dozen walks ranging from 1 mile to 10 miles.


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Category Winchester

Outline descriptions of over forty locations throughout Hampshire providing accessible walks, with Links to relevant Websites.


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Category Hampshire

'The Hangers are probably the richest woodlands on English chalk. Here the chalk that covers the central and northern parts of Hampshire abruptly ends in a scarp slope giving way to farmla ...
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Category East Hampshire

'The trail consist of 34 plaques placed on buildings of historic interest in and around the town. The plaques were paid for by a donation from Havant Rotary members. Copies of the Heritage Trai ...
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Category Havant

'The history of Hilsea Lines very much reflects the development of Portsmouth as a military base. In 1544, during Henry VIII's reign, the first defences were built just north of Ports Cree ...
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Category Portsmouth

Exploring Hook [A] West Green House & River Whitewater (5.4 miles) - - - : [B] Rotherwick (3.5 miles) - - - : [C] Basingstoke Canal & Bartley Heath (6.0 miles) - - - : [D] Bassetts ...
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Category Hart

'Using public transport it is fairly easy to make a one way walk into a round trip. The Winchester to Southampton railway line parallels the waterway and the train is a convenient way to do this. S ...
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Category Winchester

'The churches of the Lower Itchen Valley stretch from St Cross to Otterbourne, those of the Middle Itchen extend from Headbourne Worthy eastwards to Itchen Abbas and the churches ...
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Category Winchester

'The route follows the river through the historic centre of Winchester before following the Itchen Navigation, running parallel with a former railway past the foot of St. Catherine's Hill, ...
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Category Winchester

'Look out for Jane Austen Trail signs along the route.'


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Category East Hampshire

'If you're organising a group outing along Keats' Walk, why not enlist the services of one of our qualified tourist guides to help you discover the sights and learn a few stories along the ...
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Category Winchester

'There are also a number of places to stop for a pub lunch en route, including the Ship Inn, The Ferry Boat Inn, The Thatched House and the Harvester. Although the walk is quite long, it is all on ...
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Category Havant

'The Meon Valley was one of the last places in England to hear about Jesus and the Christian Faith. Its villages were inhabited by Saxons and Jutes and Saint Wilfrid came to live among the ...
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Category East Hampshire

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Category New Forest

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