Itchen Way: Hinton Ampner to Winchester Walk
The Itchen Way: Hinton Ampner to Winchester Walk boasts captivating views of the South Downs National Park. The path has small ponds, open fields and old country cottages for you to explore. If you are lucky, you may see cattle and sheep grazing in this distance along this path. This guide takes you along the first section of the Itchen Way, but in reverse.
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Route Description for Itchen Way: Hinton Ampner to Winchester Walk
The Hinton Ampner and Winchester Walk is a beautiful journey that takes you through many different areas in South Downs National Park. You will come across small ponds, streams, cottages with thatched roofs and open country lanes that you can explore. This is a long path that will give you a workout. The path begins near New Cheriton and continues through the countryside until you reach Winchester. Do note that this is a one-way trail, so it’s beneficial to think about how you’ll get back to your car once you reach Winchester.
Getting to the Itchen Way: Hinton Ampner to Winchester Walk Trailhead
To get to the Hinton Ampner and Winchester Walk from Alresford, head southwest on Jacklyns Lane/B3046 toward Salisbury Road and turn left onto Petersfield Road/A272. Turn right onto Hinton Hill and you will arrive at your destination in 0.5 km.
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