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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Hayling and Emsworth.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Hayling and Emsworth.

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Grid Ref SZ7137398888
Lat / Lon 50.78517° / -0.98889°
Easting / Northing 471,373E / 98,888N
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Grid Ref SU7494005993
Lat / Lon 50.84860° / -0.93685°
Easting / Northing 474,940E / 105,993N
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Hayems One's land is

Arable 20.9%
Coast 1.7%
Intertidal flats 18.2%
Pasture 33.0%
Urban 26.2%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Richard B

23 Mar 2023 Spring

This section to the west of Emsworth is under water at most high tides. The attached photo is 1 hour before actual high tide. Around the corner the concrete path stops.


03 Aug 2021 Summer

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, as there is limited access for the rest of the route, bar a few very busy pubs.

Pavement all the way through Emsworth 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 crossing Langstone Bridge. Extreme care should be taken when crossing the Langstone Road, as it can be very busy with speeding cars; there is no pedestrian crossing available. Once across Langstone Bridge you join the Hayling Billy Line path for four miles. The path is fairly flat and grave lined. Easy to follow route from the end of the Billy Line to the Seafront. Fairy long walk but enjoyable with views of two harbours and the Solent.

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