6 - 7 Miles
Moderate Walk
5

One of our favourite winter walks of 2014/2015, this 6 mile circuit provide a wide variety of terrains including forests, fields, hills, gullies and more. The footpaths and tracks are also varied and interesting. Highly recommended.

Parking available in Turville as well as a very nice local pub, The Bull & Butcher.

5 - 6 Miles
Moderate Walk
3

A pleasant 6 mile circular walk from Clanfield around to the outskirts of Hambledon and Catherington.

The walk is mostly field boundaries and shady bridleways.

We parked in a lay-by on Hambledon Road but there are many places to choose form.

7 - 8 Miles
Moderate Walk
4

A 7.8 mile circular walk around Ashford Hill. Free parking is available along Little Knowle Hill road but don't park in the passing places.

A pleasant walk with a variety of terrain. Can get muddy in the winter.

Less than 1 Mile
Easy Climb
4

A 7 mile out and back climb to the well known Corbett, Beinn Damh (or Ben Damph). The footpath runs from the Torridon Inn, on the shores of Loch Torridon and passes through pine forest, with a stalkers path following the gorge before heading across a moraine and steepening to climb up to the col. At this point, a detour (not on GPX route) can be made to Meall Gorm, with spectacular view over Loch Damh and Loch Torridon

Once on the col, the path follows a ridge along Glac nam bac adn Spidean toll nam Biast to the summit of Beinn Damh at 903m.

4 - 5 Miles
Moderate Walk
3

A 5 mile circular walk from Upper Froyle, taking in the former Lord Mayor Treloar College (now looking like being developed).

The route crosses the busy A31 twice so care should be taken with children or dogs. It also crosses the railway.

The nearby Hen and Chicken Pub on the A31 has some good beers on offer and a carvery every day (correct 2014).

20 - 25 Miles
Strenuous Hike
4

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge takes in the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, usually in this order, and in under 12 hours. These peaks form part of the Pennine range, and encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

4 - 5 Miles
Moderate Walk
4

An enjoyable 4.8 mile circular walk from the picturesque village of Fingest, gently uphill to Cadmore End, following the ridge before descending to Fingest again.

There are nice pubs at both ends, with The Chequers Inn being more off the beaten track (although busier at weekends).

5 - 6 Miles
Moderate Walk
3

A hilly 5.6 mile walk to the South of Winchester. It may look quite close to the M3 motorway but feels far removed.

We parked by the church and walked the loop anti clockwise. There are geocaches on this route.

A welcome pint can be had in the Dolphin Pub afterwards

2 - 3 Miles
Easy walk
3

A short but interesting 2.7 mile walk around Sulham Wood. A good steep climb is followed by fields on the plateau before walking through some quite strange woodland (not sure I'd want to wild camp here..) before heading back on the eastern flanks of the hill. Geocaching route, but worth taking the dogs round or as a post Sunday lunch amble.

3 - 4 Miles
Easy walk
2

A short 3.7 mile bimble around the ranges and tracks stretching from Donkey Town to west End in Surrey. Free parking can be found down numerous residential back roads along tehe route.

A nice pub, The Inn at West End can be found in West End, with the Hare and Hounds in Donkey Town itself.

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