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Hill Head to Lee on Solent Hill Head to Lee on Solent

Hill Head to Lee on Solent

Dog walk in Hampshire

Nice stroll along the water both along the beach or on the path. If you head east from the car park you will come across a kids park and cafe...

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Langstone Harbour and Hayling Island Langstone Harbour and Hayling Island

Langstone Harbour and Hayling Island

Dog walk in Hampshire

This is a short (2miles), flat walk with views that make Portsmouth look attractive across the water of Langstone Harbour. If you start and feel like going further, then you...

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Thorney Island Shoreline Walk Thorney Island Shoreline Walk

Thorney Island Shoreline Walk

Dog walk in Hampshire

6.8 Miles around the shoreline of the army base with stunning views of Chichester Harbour. The route is rural with mostly off lead dog walking opportunities and plenty of deserted...

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Spearywell Woods Spearywell Woods

Spearywell Woods

Dog walk in Hampshire

A circular walk on a mainly gravel track through Spearywell woods. This is a National Trust owned woodland on the mottisfont eastate. There is a main circular walk of about...

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Selborne Lythe and Priory Selborne Lythe and Priory

Selborne Lythe and Priory

Dog walk in Hampshire

A lovely walk that takes you from the centre of Selborne, dropping down behind the church and following the easy path through woodland, alongside the stream, down to the Priory...

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Horsebridge - King Somborne Amble Horsebridge - King Somborne Amble

Horsebridge - King Somborne Amble

Dog walk in Hampshire

A fairly gentle 3.8 mile walk with one hill. This takes us along the Test Way, across the river valley to a good paddling spot and then back through the...

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Emmer Bog Stroll, Romsey Emmer Bog Stroll, Romsey

Emmer Bog Stroll, Romsey

Dog walk in Hampshire

SU 388219 About 2.5 milesDespite its name, this amble in December is less muddy than the ones in local woods. This is because the path takes you around the edge...

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