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East Hampshire

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


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


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'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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'Follows existing rights of way over its 39 mile/62.4 kilometre route from Liphook, on the Hampshire/West Sussex border, to East Head at the entrance to Chichester Harbour through the heart of ...
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'Named after Sir George Staunton, an early 19th century Portsmouth MP who created a country estate, which now forms the Staunton Country Park. Queen Elizabeth Country Park is a naturalist' ...
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