Liss, Hawkley and Steep Walk
The Liss, Hawkley and Steep Walk is a great workout for anyone who wants a bit of a challenge. This path takes you through fields, woodlands, rolling hills and provides fantastic views. There are quite a few kissing gates to navigate but the views are worth the effort!
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Route Description for Liss, Hawkley and Steep Walk
Liss, Hawkley and Steep Walk is a mix of fields, rolling hills, small villages, woodland and beautiful views. This walk begins at the Liss Station car park, and the path takes you through an open field, where you will have to navigate a few kissing gates. There are often cows and sheep grazing in these fields, so keep your eyes out for this. There are some uphill and downhill slopes along this path, so make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes. Moving on, you will catch glimpses of stunning views from all angles as you walk through the woodlands and villages, and as you follow the path, you will arrive back at the car park where you began.
Getting to the Liss, Hawkley and Steep Walk Trailhead
To get to the Liss, Hawkley and Steep Walk from Liss, take Liphook - Petersfield Bypass/A3, A272 and A32 to Shepherds Farm Lane and in 26.2 km, continue on Shepherds Farm Lane to your destination, which you will arrive at in 1.6 km.
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