Stroud - Langrish - Weston - Stroud

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A circular walk through a beautiful area of Hampshire with gentle hills and stunning views. Start either from the Seven Stars at Stroud or the nearby lane; you'll find lots of variety along field paths, woodland, downland and sunken tracks with many superb views along the way. Those walking with dogs may find it useful to know that my dog, a slim, fit Labrador who cannot jump, had difficulty with a few stiles near to the beginning of the walk where I had to heave him over the top! A couple of small parts of this walk are always wet so please wear appropriate footwear.

England - South England - Hampshire - South Downs


Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Good for Kids, Great Views, Pub, Public Transport, Wildlife
7/6/2019 - Paul Strange

Tried this walk in July 2019. Needs updating as some stiles and footpath markers are missing. Notably... 3. Stile on left has gone. Climb fence by waymarker and head to metal kissing gate on far side. 14. Footpath sign has gone, so look for a path forking off to the left and uphill. It is quite visible. 18. House gate has been rebuilt. Go to the left of house entrance.

9/2/2009 - Adrian Perkins

Many thanks to Sylvia for updating this walk - September 2009. Adrian (Admin)

8/31/2007 - Ian and Sarah Jane Lloyd

An excellent walk through beautiful Hampshire countryside. The varied nature of the footpaths, fields, etc. really adds to the enjoyment of the walk and the scenery is well worth the effort of any of the climbs. We were lucky enough to spot rabbits, buzzards, squirrels, a flock of chaffinch, several covies of red-legged partridge and towards the end of the walk when our legs were tired we saw two beautiful roe deer which put a spring back in our step.

4/1/2007 - Ray Churcher

Walked this on Sun 1st April 2007. Really enjoyed this walk. Varied going and scenery from start to finish. Quite dry underfoot considering-except for the bit Sylvia mentioned down the sunken lane which I would guess is probably wet all year round! Thanks Sylvia, Ray Churcher.

2/8/2007 - Sylvia Saunders

We walked this on 2nd Feb 2007 to check out the boggy fields at the beginning of the walk. We’ve had a dry spell since Bev Butler did the walk a month ago after a very wet spell and I’m happy to report that all though these fields are still boggy, they were negotiable in walking boots and our feet remained dry. It was a beautiful sunny day, felt like spring and the views were marvellous!

1/2/2007 - Bev Butler

A interesting and really varied walk with some stunning views. The first field we crossed was like a bog and left us with soggy feet, despite walking boots. It had rained a lot recently so maybe this was unusual. It also took us quite a bit longer than the suggested 120 mins but maybe we lingered too long over the fantastic views!

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