14th July Peterfield to Liss

The walk this Sunday (7th) was from Petersfield to Liss, around 12 miles (a slightly longer version of the Time Out walk.

Here’s the description from Time out: Much of this walk follows the Hangers Way, a long distance path which lies within an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The name Hanger derives from the old English “Hangra” meaning a wooded slope. Much of the walk is in unspoilt countryside which remains as it was several hundred years ago. The view at the top is spectacular. Apart from Shoulder of Mutton Hill, most of the route is easy walking.

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