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Farley Mount Loop, near Winchester

Romsey

Type of walk

Hilly, Forest

What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Picnic Areas

About this walk

This 6 mile walk started and finished at Farley Church, but you could equally start at the Farley Mount Car Park. It includes woods with bluebells in spring and beautifully coloured leaves in autumn. There are also great views out to the north and south at Farley Mount. There is even a private airstrip half way up.Start grid reference SU397274what3words.com/pushy.crucially.tweezers

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How to get there

Address

Unnamed Road, Romsey SO51 0QP, UK

Location details

Start at Farley church -grid reference SU397274 what3words.com/pushy.crucially.tweezers Alternatively, park in the Farley Mount car park and join the loop there.

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