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Marshasu03 Aug 2021
Lovely start to the walk at Emsworth and through the Harbour, there are many small cafes and restaurants and a few shops to stock up if needed.
Pavement all the way through the village and harbour and along the foreshore until Church Lane where it turns into a dirt track. There are a number of kissing gates along this route, which may restrict pushchair / wheelchair access and a short area where you go along a shingle beach (the original concrete footpath is eroded), before returning to pavement for the rest of the walk into Havant.
This is a safe route, with very little car traffic once past the crossing in Emsworth village, lived in the area for many years and it's the first time for this walk; will definitely do it again.
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