Chapel Common Walk
The Chapel Common Walk is a great family and dog-friendly walk. Explore the range of different terrains available along this walk from open common to woodland. Walk along rivers, take a small detour to a beautiful lake or look for large red-capped mushrooms along the way.
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Route Description for Chapel Common Walk
The Chapel Common Walk is a stunning stroll that gives travellers a range of terrain to follow. Walking along the woodlands with tall trees towering over you and out into open fields, where you will have to navigate wooden gates. Expect a few small climbs but nothing that will really get your heart pumping. Beginning at the car park, you will wander along the well-worn path through open meadows and vibrantly green woodlands. Following the path will take you back to the car park where you began.
Getting to the Chapel Common Walk Trailhead
To get to the Chapel Common Walk from Liphook, head west on Haslemere Road/B2131 and at the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto The Square/B2131. At the next roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Portsmouth Road/B2070 and make a U-turn. Follow this road for 3.9 km and arrive at your destination.
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