Porhay one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Portsmouth and Hayling.

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Grid Ref SU6415500266
Lat / Lon 50.79840° / -1.09103°
Easting / Northing 464,155E / 100,266N
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Grid Ref SZ7137398888
Lat / Lon 50.78517° / -0.98889°
Easting / Northing 471,373E / 98,888N
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Porhay One's land is

Coast 6.4%
Urban 93.6%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Susan Pike

19 Jun 2023 Spring

Advice in comment above is good. Route can be varied, to walk along the streets to the south of Goldsmith Avenue, as it is a busy road. Route passes Fratton Park and some of the few public parks in Portsmouth. The ferry takes bikes and is a beautiful, if short journey.


11 Jul 2021 Summer

Accurate and easy route from Portsmouth & Southsea Station to Hayling Island via the ferry at Eastney (runs every 30 mins). Pavement walking and pretty flat, with crossings at each major point. If you need to pick up a snack/ water, please do so in Eastney, as there are not many shops from there, even when you reach Hayling. Getting on the ferry can be a little difficult, as there is a steep ramp, a really enjoyable journey across a small stretch of water.

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