4 - 5 Miles
Moderate Walk
3

A good 4.6 mile circular walk over varied terrain.  We parked on the main track into Shitterton.  From ther ethe footpath starts around 100 yeards away.

Shitterton was name over 1,00 years ago and literally means 'farmstead on the stream used as an open sewer'.  Luckily, it isn't used for that purpose nowadays.

The walk climbs up a gorse lines path to Black Hill adn form there, follows the ridge west to Piddle Wood (we really couldn't make this up), on the Jubilee trail.

4 - 5 Miles
Easy walk
2.5

This pleasant 4.2 mile circular walk is mostly within Harewood Forest, the second largest ancient woodland in Hampshire.  It is also the site of Dead Mans Plack, a 19th Century Monument to Earl Athelwold of Wherwell, who was allegedly killed nearby by his love rival.

The forest was home to a munitions storage site during World War II.  Many of the old Nissan huts adn other structures can still be seen dotted around.

The walk is mostly on good tracks and fireroads with a few hills and sometimes soggy sections.

4 - 5 Miles
Easy walk
2

An 4.7 mile circular family walk arond Chawton Park Woods.  Free parking can be found at the football fields by the start of the walk.

An easy, slightly uphill trail leads to the edge of the woodland and then follows it for approximately 2 miles past a grass track racing circuit, a loggging camp and varios side trails trhough the woodland that can be explored if time allows.

There are also a large number of old 'craters, from the days of brick making.  Great for the children to make camps in.

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.

5 - 6 Miles
Moderate Walk
0

This is a great walk and surprisingly not well used (even by Brighton people). It's got dew ponds, fallen trees, cattle, amazing views and close to the Amex. Well worth it.

You can, should you wish, cut through Stanmer Village and get a refreshing drink or pop into Stanmer House.

5 - 6 Miles
Easy walk
0

Circular walk of just under six miles from Keyhaven. Views of the Isle of Wight. Good route for bird-watchers with egrets (I've had a few :-) ), Canada geese and many types of sea birds. Good pubs in Keyhaven (The Gun) and half-way around at The Chequers. Car-parking (paying) with public toilets opposite The Gun in Keyhaven or free parking in lane on first part of the route. Easy walking on the flat the whole route.

10 - 12 Miles
Moderate Hike
0

I have not actually walked this trail as such although I have walked most parts of it.

There is a full description at http://shereparishcouncil.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/shere_millen... (or search for Shere Parish Milennium Trail)
This description starts the walk at Peaslake as a figure of eight. You could also park at Shere Recreation ground car park for the northern most section and Holmbury hill car park for the southern section.

10 - 12 Miles
Moderate Hike
0

A relatively flat 10 mile ish walk taking in the river Wey/Wey Navigation and Whitmore common. A pleasant lunch stop on the hill in Whitmore common and a nice pub stop by the river. This walk follows the E2 European Long Distance route along the river/navigation and the Fox Way for much of the walk.

5 - 6 Miles
Moderate Hike
0

A walk I have lead for the Epsom and Ewell Ramblers, starting at the Denbies NT car park on Ranmore Common.

The walk descends to the mill at Milton court and then progresses along the valley of the Pipp Brook skirting the north of Westcott turning north and climbing up the best ascent of the North Downs (relatively gentle and excellent views). It then proceeds along the North Downs way back to the start.

7 - 8 Miles
Easy Hike
0

This fine walk in the South West Peak area of the Peak District begins at the Pym Chair car park above Goyt Valley, and initially ventures to Windgather Rocks before dropping to lower ground. The route then heads south into the valley of Thursbitch and eventually ascends to the top of Shining Tor before making a return to the car park via Shining Tors ridge, bagging the summit of Cats Tor along the way.

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