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Delightful walk in quiet countryside just a stones throw from urban Basingstoke. Stopped for a nice lunch at the Fox Inn about half way round. Litter picked on the way round and recovered only six items in six miles - that’s probably a record.

Great walk. A steep incline over the first half a mile. If you like Indian food then book Koloshi as your post walk reward as the start and finish is in their car park.

Lovely walk would definitely do this again dog friendly, the car park they wanted you to park in was full the best place to park is down by the marina along bath road there were plenty of spaces there,

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rocky
1 day ago

lovely views of surroundings

hiking
rocky
1 day ago

beautiful!! seen deer really nice on warm day at 17.30

beautiful walk along the sea at the quiet side. But the path through the fields along the ditch was overgrown and we could hardly walk... not very nice unless you like exploring and making your own path through barley, thisle, brambles and nettle ;) therefore 2 stars

grate flat trail for starting out or afternoon hike , flat and hilly in places but easy trek

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muddy
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

Perfect trail with great walking conditions and a nice day out.

hiking
2 days ago

some tough uphill climbs but the views were worth it.

hiking
2 days ago

one of my favourite walks. 3 stiles on route and some on lead walking for dogs due to farmland but such a pretty place in the woods and the waterfalls are pretty after rainfall.

This walk is one of my favourite Chiltern walks for a variety of reasons. Although it was originally written as a love letter to Brakspear's Brewery I think it is now more of a love letter to Chiltern woods. It is amazing how quickly you can go from the hustle and bustle of Henley to the peace of the woods. Note 1 - This walk was originally written so that the walker could navigate following a set of instructions rather than a map. With AllTrails you can do either, but the waypoint descriptions contain navigation hints and notes about the places you pass. Note 2 - There are a couple of places where the path on the ground diverges slightly from the path on the map. These are mostly where the landowners have made changes to the line of the path. If in doubt, follow the footpath signs.

This was such a lovely walk and I cannot recommend it enough. The scenery and wild flowers are beautiful. There are a few steeper bits but nothing too taxing. Just remember to bring change for the parking, we forgot and spent ages trying to get the app to work!!

Decent range of riverside pubs but check out the Rake at Borough Market.

hiking
2 days ago

me and my mother done the Yorkshire three peaks for Alzheimer's society a few weeks back. It's a really hard walk but so rewarding when u finish! not for people who not used to long walks

Purple route quite steep in parts. Very enjoyable walk. Check cave houses/café opening hours before setting off. Nearby village of Kinver as plenty of eating places. Dog friendly.

Great hike but for those dog walks beware of the several fields of sheep. Dog lead required.

Great view, nice path.

Great hike - amazing views. It starts off a little slow on the main roads, but once the climb starts it’s beautiful. It’s worth a little detour to the top of one of the hills for the 360 views.

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closed
off trail
over grown
private property
2 days ago

The area is beautiful and I'm not reviewing that here, the low star rating is because much of the trail shown on the map is no access, private property, overgrown and impossible to traverse. And trust me I hike off trail all the time and have full survival and backpacking gear. Much of the red trail line leads to complete dead ends and several times I ended up getting lost off trail and walking mile after mile after mile to get back to edale. Also even though I have the map downloaded for offline use, the map kept whiting out leaving me with no way of knowing where I am without taking a manual compass bearing. Not happy at all and hope next time is better or I will be in installing the app.

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