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A good walk, although it was foggy so didn’t get much of a view. Came across a pheasant shoot and were asked to wait or take an alternative route. Apparently this is a regular occurrence around here, so bear that in mind if you find the sight of a bunch of entitled multi-millionaires shooting innocent creatures upsetting. We had an interesting chat with the game keeper and beaters who put their perspective on it. It all made for a stimulating walk, and we had an excellent coffee at The Jack Russell pub.

hiking
muddy
10 hours ago

Did this yesterday 24.1.2020 and weather was dry and rather nice. this was my first real hill walk and I enjoyed it,tho on occasions I wondered what I was doing.the viaduct is your starting point and as we gradually got higher it did get much colder and once we got into the cloud base it was wet cold and freezing , so make sure your prepared. the decent in these conditions was really tricky and poles were a god send as they helped with balance.. when you get to the building at the bottom ....turn left on the bridal path,or you will have a long trek to find the road and it's about 2 mile longer ...as we found out.

walking
muddy
17 hours ago

Always a lovely walk, has a great view point and a great pub at the end (The Hook and Hatchet). Would definitely recommend it. The walk & pub are dog friendly so it's ideal.

muddy
17 hours ago

Had a lovely walk here last Sunday with my boyfriend and his dog. If you want a longer walk you can walk the whole way round the golf course which I believe made the walk around 3km. This was where all the mud was! There was barely any mud in the actual park. It has a huge play area for kids as well and a cafe. The cafe wasn't serving hot food when we were there but it had a sign to say that the kitchen was closed for the day, so I guess it usually does serve hot food but I had a lovely hot chocolate with marshmallows. We were all pooped by the end of the walk, even the dog who is a springer spaniel and very hard to tire out! Overall a great walk

hiking
flooded
18 hours ago

Lovely trail needed wellies , will do this walk when it’s warmer, dog friendly

Great trail, beautiful route, initially along the coast path with beautiful views, bit wet in jan, £1 for 24h parking at Swanage!

hiking
muddy
22 hours ago

Great trail. The initial section just past the wood was almost impassible. The water run-off from the hill collects about midway down and creates a pool of an almost quicksand type material. You can get over it by sticking close to the wall but don't try and walk over it without wellies. There is also a section approaching the High Reservoir that prohibits dogs due to nesting birds, however you can bypass this bit by continuing along the bridle path. Lovely walk.

Walked this with the Doggos in January and, as is typical in the Lakes, it was rainy, cold and windy but still brilliant. The National trust has totally reworked some of the pathways using recycled plastic boardwalks so no more boggy sections. Always nice to revisit the teddy in the shed window.

A great walk to explore Winchester and the surrounding countryside. completed it in about two hours with a stop off for a quick pint at the Wyckham Arms in the town centre and a trip inside the Cathedral.

mountain biking
1 day ago

As a trail this is a brilliant ride with good technical runs and great views but as an experience this was appalling. The trails are full of walkers that were very unsociable and unwelcoming (clearly against the use of bikes on the trail). Adding to this there was many dog walkers (in a strict no dog zone) with uncontrolled dogs running without leads thus putting bikers in danger, I had one experience were I was descending at jogging pace when a small dog ran in front of me making me “brake check” the walker then shouted “slow down d*ckhead”. Overall my time at langsett wasn’t enjoyable at all, though the trail is brilliant to ride the locals and walkers ruin it. Would recommend on a quiet week day but otherwise as a mountain biker keep well away.

some areas of this walk are very enjoyable however compared to other walks in the area i have given this 3* mainly down to the very long straight section which i believe is an old rail way line.

A scenic and relatively quiet walk compared to others in the area. Would definitely recommend.

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

Good long walk along river Dove easy to follow good path. Pretty easy going mostly flat moderate due to length.

Very enjoyable loop which we regrettably had to cut short due to time - canal sections at the southern end of the loop were a great spot for lunch. Completed in the winter months - some very muddy sections - advise reliable, waterproof footwear throughout

This is a trail I will have to revisit as we didn’t get the full experience, very poor weather and visibility was extremely low. Definitely a trail I will come back to, some very steep accents, maybe one for the summer or even a clear day.

hiking
1 day ago

Great scenic walk. Very good paths. Plenty of trails for a variety of distances. Good accessible parking. I would rate this walk as moderate. Do not rely on your phone for gps as signal dies a quarter of the way into the trek.

Decent wander but no real view of the lake for much of the walk.

Nice walk but a little disappointed that the lake is not in view for much of the time

Nice circular walk in pleasant surroundings and nice countryside. As a large portion of the walk across fields the going was rather wet and boggy so a little difficult at times. Good idea to wear gaitors especially if you intend finishing off the walk with a nice meal in the Clog & Billycock.

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

Not the most stunning walk but maybe it would be nicer in the summer. Great for getting some exercise though! And some lovely pubs on the way.

hiking
muddy
rocky
1 day ago

Nice country wall, however was a bit too muddy during winter time. had to turn back. But I think this would be a nice walk during the summer.

Unfortunately, we chose to do this on a day that was quite foggy any other day i’m sure the views would be great. The downside is that you can hear a constant hum from the roads. Pretty straight forward walk with only one fairly big hill.

Super muddy in the winter but a lot of fun and enjoyed seeing the animals throughout most of the walk.

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