Dibden Inclosure Circular Walk
The Dibden Inclosure Circular Walk is a fun adventure for anyone looking to move their legs, get outside, and immerse in stunning scenery. It’s also a great walk for beginners or young families looking to try out hiking! You will traverse some hills, but the elevation gain is minimal enough to keep your heart rate relaxed. You wouldn’t expect a 2.6 km walk to be so pretty, but this one definitely is.
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Route Description for Dibden Inclosure Circular Walk
The Dibden Inclosure Circular Walk takes you on a short walk that only sees a gentle rise in elevation. Setting out from the Dibden Inclosure Car Park, you’ll head northwest, keeping right at the junction. The next intersection marks the start of the loop! Here, you’ll head left and continue for 300 m before taking a right to go deeper into the trees. Revel in the scenic setting of the Dibden Inclosure as you make your way around the circuit, returning to the out-and-back portion of the lollipop route that will lead you back to the car park.
Getting to the Dibden Inclosure Circular Walk Trailhead
To get to the start of the Dibden Inclosure Circular Walk, you’ll travel along the A33 and Marchwood By-Pass/A326 toward the Dibden Inclosure Car Park.
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