Petbor two
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By Ken on 02 Feb 2022







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At the request of management I offer Petbor-2 avoiding the level crossing of the A3. A desktop plot I have no knowledge of the area

At the request of management I offer Petbor-2 avoiding the level crossing of the A3. A desktop plot I have no knowledge of the area


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Grid Ref SU7461523286
Lat / Lon 51.00413° / -0.93793°
Easting / Northing 474,615E / 123,286N
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Grid Ref SU8000235036
Lat / Lon 51.10904° / -0.85857°
Easting / Northing 480,002E / 135,036N
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03 Jun 2022 Spring

I really enjoyed this route. Its about 50/50 tarmac to trail, with lots of shade in the summer. Think some of it could get pretty muddy if it rained lots. No major hills.
I missed a footpath through a field just after I crossed the A3 for the first time so ended up following the Shipwrights Way next to Ashford stream for a little bit, but it was beautiful so I did not mind.
I also missed a very hidden footpath onto Petersfield Golf Club (see photo 1). Following the A3 till Tankerdale Lane would work best for those on wheels, or who can't do stiles.
There is a short section on road without a pavement on Forest Road in Liss. Watch out for fast drivers as it is national speed limit here.
When I got to Greatham, instead of turning left along Longmoor Road I turned right and then went through the woods, rather than follow the road (photo 2). Takes you out at the same point, but a pretty route.
I ran this rather than walked and it took about 2 hours. I also did it quite early on a bank holiday so didn't see many other people.
The bridge over the railway is quite steep, but does have a rail/track for bikes.
You can get food/drink in Petersfield, Liss and Bordon.
Petersfield and Liss both have stations.

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