Petmid one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Petersfield and Midhurst.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Petersfield and Midhurst.

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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 SU8870621460
Lat / Lon 50.98571° / -0.73759°
Easting / Northing 488,706E / 121,460N

Petmid One's land is

Arable 49.3%
Moors 12.5%
Pasture 8.9%
Urban 16.5%
Woods 12.7%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



11 Jun 2023 Spring

This route is not at all direct and relies too heavily on roads. There is a much straighter route mostly on public footpaths across the south of Midhurst Common, through The Warren over to the Minsted road, skirting the south of the sand pit to Fitzhall, over to Dumpford via Goldrings Farm, along the old railway line to avoid the road, then a short section of road in Nyewood before picking up the Serpents trail across to Down Park Farm and finally into Petersfield via Ryefields. This is easy to navigate and there are refreshments along the way at Sky Park and sometimes also at Henry Warren Hall in Nyewood.


30 Aug 2022 Summer

This route is about 80% road and 20% trails. In the wet the trails will be pretty muddy I think.
Most of the roads are single track back roads so quite quiet, however there were some parts on bigger roads without pavements so care is needed.
The Serpent Trail is used both coming out of Petersfield and going into Midhurst, but make sure you turn off at the right point. (that's a much longer route!)
I think this route is actually slightly longer than it says here, but I did go wrong at a couple of points which will have added to it. I found the last bit going into Midhurst confusing as there are lots of different paths you could take.
It's a little hilly, but nothing too bad.
Walkers and cyclists would find this route ok, although there was some very soft sand in places and care will be needed on the road sections.
Food and drink can be purchased in both Petersfield and Midhurst, and there is a village shop in Rogate.
I ran this on a summer bank holiday so it was pretty quiet and it took me about 2hr 30mins.
I don't know the area well enough to make suggestions away from the roads.

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