Explore the amazing features of the Finchdean Walk as you wander through the woodlands. Along this journey you will see glimpses of Solent, which is the strait that divides the Isle of Wight from the rest of Great Britain. You will also come across the ancient St. Hubert Church, which showcases some recently discovered paintings.
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Route Description for Finchdean Walk
Finchdean Walk is a lovely walk that takes you through wooded areas and showcases some stunning views. Finchdean is a very small town with just one pub, and across from this pub is a red telephone box that marks the beginning of the trail. Continuing on the path, you will see glimpses of Solent, a stunning view of the ocean and the strait that separates the Isle of Wight from the rest of Great Britain.
As you follow the path, about halfway through, you will stumble upon expansive views of St. Hubert Church, and you will be able to go up and take a seat if you wish to take a break. Continue following the path until you reach the spot where you began.
Getting to the Finchdean Walk Trailhead
To get to the Finchdean Walk from Waterlooville, head southeast on Queen's Road toward London Road/A3 and turn right. In 3.5 km, at the roundabout, take the second exit onto Havant Road/B2149 and in 0.3 km, turn left onto Rowlands Castle Road. Continue onto Treadwheel Road and in 0.8 km, turn left to stay on Treadwheel Road. In 1.0 km, turn left at Dean Lane and in 0.2 km, you will arrive at your destination.
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