Buriton to Cocking Walk
The Buriton to Cocking Walk is a captivating stroll along the countryside. It boasts stunning views of South Downs National Park, and in the spring and summer months, you can enjoy the vibrant wildflowers that blanket this area. Buriton Chalk Pits Quarry is at the beginning of this walk and is something that you should not miss.
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Route Description for Buriton to Cocking Walk
The Buriton to Cocking Walk takes you along a beautiful path that differs from most other places in South Downs National Park. You will begin climbing up a small hill along a lane and travel through heavily forested areas, where you will be rewarded with breathtaking views of the South Downs National Park that lays below. Along this path, you will be met with vibrant wildflowers during the spring and summer months. The Buriton Chalk Pits Quarry is where you begin this walk, and it is well worth a visit before heading on your one-way walk. You can also make a small detour and head to the Devil’s Jumps.
Getting to the Buriton to Cocking Walk Trailhead
To get to the Buriton to Cocking Walk from Petersfield, head south on Tilmore Road toward Station Road. Take B2070 to Greenway Lane and, in 3.9 km, follow Greenway Lane to Glebe Road in Buriton. You will arrive at your destination in 1.1 km.
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