Borhas one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Bordon and Haslemere.

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Grid Ref SU8000235036
Lat / Lon 51.10904° / -0.85857°
Easting / Northing 480,002E / 135,036N
What3Words overpower.minds.lunged
Grid Ref SU9048332822
Lat / Lon 51.08758° / -0.70945°
Easting / Northing 490,483E / 132,822N
What3Words manliness.triangles.fortunate

Borhas One's land is

Arable 5.0%
Pasture 0.6%
Urban 44.1%
Woods 50.2%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Phil Smith

13 Jun 2021 Spring

I walked the route on Saturday 12th June 2021 starting at Bordon and using GPS.

Very much not recommended.
Firstly, because it's a good 45% through built up areas but mainly because of the area around the A3.

The Liphook Road out of Whitehill is busy, so I stayed within the woods after Round Hill instead of returning to the road as the route shows. This turned out to be OK.

The crossing point at the A3 is by a bend in the A3. This makes the crossing quite dangerous, it is necessary to sprint to the central reservation. Once across, the continuation is not clear. To make the situation worse, there is then a housing development which completely obliterates the path. I was not about to risk returning across the A3 and I found myself negotiating ditches and overgrown areas to get to the housing estate. If you want to walk this route, do not take this part. Even if the B3004 has no path from here it is a better option.

From the Slowways criteria:
1) The route is not safe. Apart from the A3 crossing, there are sections on unpaved narrow road.
2) The route respects local codes and laws. A pity the housing developers don't respect footpaths.
3) Much of it is not accessible.
4) The route is direct.
5) There is a lot of road walking.
6) Liphook is a good resting place. There are shops, a pub and loos.
7) There are busses at Bordon, busses and trains at Haslemere.
8) The route is clear (even if impassable by the A3).
9) The walk is not a lot of fun. There are a couple of nice spots.
10) The paths are mostly well established.

  • JohnMyerson


    27 Apr 2024

    Did you use the Woolmer Range Perimeter track? Headley Road (B3004) has a pavement/footpath all the way across the A3 into Liphook. Alternatively, there's a footbridge on the path between Conford and Griggs Green. I could creat another route. What do you think? Crossing the A3 on the level is not on!

  • Phil Smith

    Phil Smith

    27 Apr 2024

    I did use the Woolmer Range Perimeter track. I think the Headley Road is the best alternative to sprinting across the A3.

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