We are fortunate to have so many footpaths and walks that meander through our Parish. The most famous is the “Shipwrights Way”, a new long distance route which links villages and towns in east Hampshire through some beautiful countryside. The name reflects the use of oak grown at Alice Holt Forest for Tudor shipbuilding, linking this site with Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, home of the Mary Rose and HMS Victory.
Starting from Alice Holt Forest, the route passes through Bordon, Liphook, Liss, Petersfield, Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Staunton Country Park, Havant, Hayling Island and continues to Portsmouth via the ferry, finishing at the Historic Dockyard – around 50 miles in all, and including seven rail stations.
There are also twenty stone sculptures along the way, beautifully carved to show the history or wildlife of each place – see if you can spot them all!
For further information please follow the below link
For those looking for more local walks please see below for a list of short walks to enjoy the nearby countryside …
Walk B1 – Binsted, South Hay and Wheatley
Walk B2 – Binsted and Wheatley (circular by lane and track)
Walk B3 – Binsted Church, West Court, Isington circular
Walk B4 – Binsted and Wyck figure of eight route
Walk B5 – Binsted to Home Hanger
Walk B6 – Binsted, Home Hanger and River Hill Farm
Walk B7 Binsted, Stubbs Farm, South Hay circular
Walk B8 – Binsted to Blacknest Road via Redcap Copse and back
Walk B9 – Binsted, Bottom Copse and Isington circular
Walk B10 – Binsted , South Hay and Wyck Ponds