Category Archives: Long walks

Walks 5- 8 March

Sat 5th March 2016      Weavers Down. 6 miles – different way round this time. Start:  10:00 at Midhurst Road Car Park, GR  SU840313 . Coffee Stop. Leader:  Valerie. Sun 6th March 2016  Knightons, Prestwick Copse 12 miles  (around 6 hours) … Continue reading

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Walks at Selborne and Chapel Common

Sun 7th February 2016       Selborne area 10 miles  (around 5 hours) Start:  09:45 Selborne National Trust Car Park, GR  SU742335 . Lifts:  09:25. Coffee Stop/Picnic Lunch. Ending with tea at the leader’s house. Leader:  Penny. Tues 9th February 2016     Chapel … Continue reading

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Walks 27th-29th September

Sunday 27th September Haslemere- Chiddingfold- Haslemere 9¾miles (around 5 hours) Start: 10:00 Park along the railway line in Haslemere SU 89275 32688 in Kings Road GU27 2QQ , by the footbridge on the green, between the swimming pool and the … Continue reading

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A Weekend of Walking

After several weeks of unreliable and unseasonably chilly weather, last weekend saw plenty of sunshine and two great walks! On Saturday, six ramblers set off for the East Sussex village of Ditchling, nestled at the foot of Ditchling Beacon, in … Continue reading

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Egyptian Geese come to say ‘Hello’

The day was cold and frosty but with the sun shining it was perfect for the Liphook Ramblers Christmas walk.  Starting at Benbow Pond on the A272 between Midhurst and Petworth, the group of 12 were heading off to the … Continue reading

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Walking Through History on the Sussex Downs

Saturday’s downland expedition from Droke, billed as “Stane Street and Slindon”,  had lots of historical interest! A walk up through the wood soon brought us to remains of the Roman road, known as Stane Street. “Stane”, or “stone” street, was … Continue reading

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Devils Punchbowl in all its Autumn Glory

The sun was shining although the forecast was for a cold but dry day so everyone was well wrapped up against the elements. 7 walkers from Liphook Ramblers were at the start at Grayshott to walk the 12 miles. The … Continue reading

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