This page will link you to all our walks, scroll down to connect with them!
Our volunteers present some of their favourite walks around our area. We will be showing the route on a map, together with points of interest where you can pause and look at your surroundings.
Please take lots of pictures. Send them to us with some details, would love to post them on our WALKS pages
WALK 1 This walk takes you back to the past – 1983 in fact – and could be either amusing or frustrating – let’s see if you enjoy it!Just for Fun !
WALK A An easy circular walk in the countryside from Liphook, to Bramshott. It include two styles which can be avoided by taking our alternative routeLiphook to Bramshott & back
WALK B A fairly even circular walk from Liphook to Foley http://www.liphookheritage.org.uk/liphook-to-foley
WALK C A gently undulating walk in Radford Park in the centre Liphook http://www.liphookheritage.org.uk/radford-park-liphook/
WALK D An undulating walk through a section of Radford Park and out along Haslemere Road to Marshes Hollow approximately 3 mileshttp://www.liphookheritage.org.uk/marshes-hollow-walk/
WALK E Historic Inns of Liphook A circular walk connecting The Royal Anchor, The Links Tavern, The Deers Hut and The Green Dragon and taking in some very pretty scenery http://www.liphookheritage.org.uk/3-pubs-walk/
WALK F Drive and Walk – A series of 3 walks varying in difficulty around Waggoners Wells, Ludshott Common and Grayshotthttp://www.Drive and Walk – Waggoners Wells , Ludshott Common and Grayshott Walks
WALK An easy walk without leaving LiphookLowsley Farm Walk
WALK H Liphook to Waggoners Wells via Bramshott Chase A 5.2 miles (8.35k) walk through heathland and forest with some short, steep hills for the experienced walker Liphook to Waggoners Wells via Bramshott Chase
PLEASE FOLLOW THE COUNTRY CODE BELOW; As printed in our ‘Walks Around Liphook’ Booklet 1st printed in 1983 and reprinted in 1984 & 1989
- Guard against all risks of fire
- Fasten all gates
- Keep dogs on a leash
- Keep to public paths across farmland
- Use gates and styles to cross fences, hedges and walls
- Leave livestock, crops and machinery alone
- Take all litter home
- Help to keep water clean
- Protect wildlife, plants and trees
- Take special care on country roads
- Make no unnecessary noise
Paranormal notes – Bramshott has been around since the Domesday Book in 1086, and has had numerous spectral sightings so beware on your walks……. You may see more than you bargained for!
On the basis that as the village has had 27 sighted ghosts could it lay claim to the title
‘THE MOST HAUNTED VILLAGE IN ENGLAND’
It is perhaps no surprise that it has a spooky tale or two to tell. But please don’t take them too seriously!
The rumours of paranormal activity were so well-known that actor Boris Karloff – star of the Frankenstein horror films of the 1930s – decided to move to the village to experience it himself.
Check out our Famous spectres, according to Real Paranormal Activities, by clicking on the link.