Liss and Hawkley Walk
The Liss and Hawkley Walk is not for the faint of heart. This walk takes you along undulations throughout, and the path can be tough to navigate without a GPS. The views reward anyone brave enough to take this walk on, with stunning rolling hills in the distance and wildflowers blooming throughout during the spring and summer months.
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Route Description for Liss and Hawkley Walk
The Liss and Hawkley Walk is a challenging path that has steep uphill and downhill areas. The views from this area are captivating and showcase the English countryside, which is covered in wildflowers in the spring and summer months. Along your journey, you will pass through woodlands full of wildlife and catch glimpses of the vibrant green rolling hills that surround this path. This is a circuit walk, so following the path will bring you right back to where you began.
Getting to the Liss and Hawkley Walk Trailhead
To get to the Liss and Hawkley Walk from the center of Liss, head southwest toward Hill Brow Road/B3006 and exit the roundabout onto Station Road/B3006. In 0.8 km, turn right onto Farnham Road/B3006, and then turn left onto Hawkley Road. In 3.2 km, turn left to stay on Hawkley Road and take an immediate left. In 0.2 km, you will arrive at your destination.
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