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wandern
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schlammig
1 day ago

nice walk

Amazing panoramic views from the top! it was very muddy so would recommend wellies if there has been a lot of rain.

wandern
7 days ago

Lovely walk, amazing views, especially at the start. Could be a new favorite! It was a bit muddy but nothing that a pair of good boots couldn’t manage.

A great circular route, however, completed in January after a fairly dry winter and still encountered huge volumes of mud - some parts of the route will be very difficult to navigate in wet conditions.

Parked at the pub bit muddy to start with and a bit overgrown but easily got around. After that very scenic walk and a we now have a very tired pup

wandern
schlammig
16 days ago

Easy flat walk. Very wet n muddy. Deer are farmed so assures to see. Some of the paths on the AllTrails map show paths that aren’t public right of way and our proper GPS and is map saved the day. All in all a good walk. Longer than initially thought but would do again. Definitely a wellington boot walk.

A very lovely walk. despite the resent rain most of the walk was pretty solid under foot, apart from the bridleway mentioned in the description which was quite muddy. we parked in the Hesworth car park and followed the route backwards. Navigation was straight forward, there are a lot of tracks in the common but the main ones are clearly marked.

wandern
schlammig
19 days ago

Very muddy, but good trail I imagine if its dry

Lovely walk, good mix of woodland and fields. Looking forward to walking it again to see the views.. Bit too much of a misty December morning this time around.

Delightful walk on a cold December day.

wandern
schlammig
23 days ago

Great walk but slight deviation needed after the first set of arable fields - the farmer appears to have been doing some major earth (and finger post) moving but we just followed an adjacent footpath till meeting up with the route again.

Can anyone advise on a walking trail description on this walk please. Many thanks Pam.

wandern
steinig
überwachsen
1 month ago

gehen
schlammig
1 month ago

A lovely walk with gorgeous autumn colors (late November). It was quite muddy but still doable without wellies (except the very last bit before returning to the car park - we walked on the road instead).

wandern
schlammig
2 months ago

wandern
2 months ago

walked on 22 Oct 2019 weather was glorious. on reaching the folly found it to be teeming with ladybirds perhaps they were making the most of the sunshine. tea and a slice of cake to round off the walk. What a lovely place Slindon is and intend to return regularly, want to explore Northwood area and its wartime history.

A lovely little circular walk. We stopped off at Slindon Pumpkins which was a nice addition. The Forge cafe was a sweet stopping point also.

Beautiful walk, easy to park in the pub car park, a bit muddy but we had just had three weeks of rain so to be expected, good variety of animals, beautiful houses and scenery on the route. Easy to follow and loops perfectly back to the stunning Pub.

the walk is nice except when you have to walk alongside the road for a 1km. if you have a dog, it's not recommended

wandern
schlammig
3 months ago

Can only be done at low tide and when you’ve had some dry weather. I did it on a wet October day and it was a mud bath ! There is actually quite a dangerous point on the northbound path when you have to turn right off the coastal path and head eastward back towards Chidham. You have to cross over a ditch where there are no steps or bridge , just a mudslide down into the ditch and another one out. Lose your footing there and at best you’ll get a very muddy bath at worse you could break a limb. On a warm summers day ...lovely, on a wet winters day just unpleasant! There is what seems to be a lovely dog friendly pub at the start/finish called the Old House at Home, sadly me and the pooch were so muddy and wet by the end of the walk I felt I really couldn’t inflict ourselves on their hospitality

wandern
schlammig
3 months ago

Good trail. One problem - why are some of the top rails so high of some the stiles. Most of the party were fine but with hip problems at least 3 of the stiles caused some of us problems and detracted from the walk.. In some cases the step ups were too short, making it difficult to manoeuvre. Otherwise enjoyed.

wandern
3 months ago

Quite a nice walk. Quiet country lane to begin with and then fields and woodland. Some mud. Lots of deer and other animals en route so dogs will need to spend most of this walk on a lead.

Would recommend this walk...walking boot required...also be aware of the tidal changes that can impede your progress.

wandern
3 months ago

Beautiful views in all directions, across to Chichester Cathedral and Isle of Wight. Definitely visit the Windmill. The walk was longer than 6:3km, possibly up to 7:5-8 I think and it took us 2 3/4 hours due to lots of stopping to pick blackberries, take photos and check the directions multiple times, a novice to the Traills app. At times we struggled to find the path across the fields. A really lovely varied walk with lots of uphill and down.

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