These are a few walks you can explore from Buriton.

The South Downs Way

The Village Inn, Buriton  is no more than a mile from the South Downs Way but be prepared for a steep climb to get back on the path!

Buriton is situated around 24 miles along the South Downs Way from Winchester, almost a quarter of the way to Eastbourne.

The South Downs Way was Britain’s first long distance bridleway. It stretches for 100 miles.

Experience some of the finest countryside between Winchester, the first capital of England, and the white chalk cliffs at Eastbourne. If you’re looking for attractive wildlife, visible prehistory, fine pubs and pretty villages, or if you just fancy a challenge, the 100 miles of the South Downs Way awaits you.

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Hangers Way

The Hangers Way is a 21-mile long-distance walking route that will take you from its start at Alton Railway Station, out into the lush Hampshire countryside, along a series of steep-sided wooded hills, known as “The Hangers”, through the pretty market town of Petersfield to finish at Queen Elizabeth Country Park, owned and managed by Hampshire County Council and the Forestry Commission. This is the largest of Hampshire’s parks and sits at the foot of the dramatic Butser Hill, the highest point of the chalky South Downs.

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Shipwrights Way

Shipwrights Way is a new long distance route which links villages and towns in east Hampshire through some beautiful countryside. The name reflects the use of oak grown at Alice Holt Forest for Tudor shipbuilding, linking this site with Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, home of the Mary Rose and HMS Victory.

Starting from Alice Holt Forest, the route passes through Bordon, Liphook, Liss, Petersfield, Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Staunton Country Park, Havant, Hayling Island and continues to Portsmouth via the ferry, finishing at the Historic Dockyard – around 50 miles in all, and including seven rail stations.

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