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Nice walk. Picked a great day for it. Great long walk with the dog

Lovely and varied walk, easy terrain, nice pub to start/end with

hiking
3 days ago

Great trail for hiking, and would be awesome for trial running in dry weather. Plenty of different terrains and views, the trial did have its muddy and boggy parts and there was a small river to cross (through the water) so def recommend water proof shoes. GPS is very helpful i wouldnt of been able to complete it without. You wont end up completely lost but its easy to get of track. Overall really enjoyed the trial and will return in dryer weather to run it.

lovely flat walk. plenty of wildlife and some history there too. operation starfish.

Most of the directions were good a couple of the way markers difficult to see at least I missed a few and re traced my steps, even found the flooded road with no way past so deep breaths and go through

Nice walk for the majority of it, over heathland and through peaceful forest but didn't want to do the 20 minute stretch along the road so deviated from the set path just after the pub.

hiking
8 days ago

Wonderful walk, great for off lead dog walking, BUT make sure you have a fully charged phone with gps, I think I’d still be walking around now if I didn’t have mine

This is a great if challenging at times walk with excellent views and a welcoming dog friendly pub just pas halfway. We had just one issue with 2 Stiles that are not dog friendly. We carried our Labradoodle over each one however if you cannot lift your dog your will have to return to the start. The Stiles are located after you cross the crop field and then turn left and right to join the track to Faccombe.

Really lovely trail with very easy instructions. We walked it with our children (7 and 4) with only having to carry the 4yr old from time to time. Also note with regards to previous review and the gun club. The sign on trail advises to signal to club and they'll blow whistle and cease firing. That work perfectly and we simply crossed the field.

I chose to run most of this route and apart from the last wood section it was doable, quite scenic in parts and good directions, will do it again

hiking
bugs
9 days ago

Disappointed with how much of the Walk was along roads. The off road parts were lovely. Not an ideal walk for off lead dog walking.

Lovely walk dog friendly and a pub what more could you ask for

hiking
12 days ago

I have walked around Hannington many times but not this route before. Some great views at times and didn’t see another soul the entire time. Really enjoyed it.

Lovely walk , a bit of everything lovely views of the isle of white would do this walk again

Pleasant walk through the forest. Steep at the start and a couple of climbs throughout the walk but nothing too taxing. There is a cafe for refreshments at the end of the walk. Note you have to pay for parking.

Good instructions. Lovely walk with beautiful countryside and railway views. Lovely walking alongside water at the end.

Lovely walk, mostly on the flat. Great instructions. Will be walking the dog here regularly.

Good countryside walk, in some areas it is not walked a lot and therefore more difficult walking. Walk past all three churches with the Deane church the most impressive.

Lovely walk with some great views. The instructions are very clear but follow them word for word otherwise it is easy to get lost. Remember to wear trousers as it is a little overgrown in areas.

hiking
17 days ago

Wonderful walk absolutely loved it. Dog friendly would highly recommend can see in the winter this could be muddy in places but is dry at the moment

very pleasant and easy walk

Lovely walk with very clear instructions.

pretty walk.nice scenery. but did get very lost. like 3.5miles out of our way. ended up road walking back to selbourne. never did find the zig zag path. the pub at the end of walk was a very welcoming sight

mountain biking
18 days ago

We found this route with the mountain biking filter but the start of the route has a sign prohibiting cycling. So we found somewhere else to cycle. The views are glorious.

In my opinion too much of this trail is on or next to noisy roads. There’s a stretch as you approach the bottom of the iron age fort hill where you have to walk on a very fast road. Not nice. Especially if you have kids with you. The river test crossing with the fisherman’s hut is a highlight and so is the village of Stockbridge. You need to wear long trousers for this walk in the spring and summer ....I wore shorts and got stung by nettles a lot! A lot of the time the paths are very long without any change. I’m not crazy about this walk.

A mixed bag. Walking by the river was lovely but lots of walking between high hedges and far too much dog poo everywhere!!. Not one I would do again.

Have done this walk twice last month. Loved it. It takes you from a quiet country lane on tarmac, through a stoney path, rewarded by a wonderful section along the pebble sea front and then finally through some woods and a field.

a great walk with excellent directions. shame it was a complete wash out today but I bet the views are great.

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