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Slow Ways linking Liphook and Bordon, Haslemere, Midhurst, Petersfield

England / Hampshire / Liphook

Liphook’s four Slow Ways are 50% checked

Drawn: 4/4
reviewed: 4/4
verified: 0/4
and surveyed: 0/4

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Slow Way Route To do
Borlip one

Double check Distance 9km/6mi Ascent 115m Descent 83m
Liphas one Review me Distance 10km/6mi Ascent 209m Descent 163m
Lipmid one Review me Distance 16km/10mi Ascent 277m Descent 198m
Lipmid two Review me Distance 15km/9mi Ascent 356m Descent 279m
Petlip one

Verify me Distance 17km/10mi Ascent 228m Descent 184m

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Collective progress

55% of Liphook’s four route options are drawn, reviewed, surveyed and/or verified









5 people have contributed to Liphook’s Slow Ways

0 people have pledged to walk and review a route

1 people have surveyed a route in Liphook

66km out of 66km have been walked and reviewed

99km of reviews have been shared in Liphook

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A very nice route, although the GPX trail is not very accurate in places, just follow the obvious paths and you should be ok. Run in Feb 23, sections were very muddy/wet although they should dry up in the summer. Couple of kissing gates making it not suitable for larger buggies/wheelchairs...


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- I agree that a slight change to the route to avoid some of the B2070 on the approach to Rake would be more sensible. As others have said, just utilise the road alongside the primary school to approach Rake, rather than having to cross and walk along the busy B road. - The walk along Harting Combe Road (south of Hill Brow) was the least walking friendly section of the route for me. Although quieter than a B-road, walking the route this way round meant a short uphill section with a couple of blind bends....


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The route is particularly nice in its variety: some sections in woodland, some out in fields, lots of beautiful heathland....


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Oliver added Lipmid two, a new walk from Liphook to Midhurst

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Lovely walk mainly following the Serpent Way path. Not suitable for wheelchairs and even off-road buggies might struggle. Several sets of steps and narrow bridges....


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It follows a mix of the Serpent Trail and Sussex Border Path, but you need to be careful as you keep swapping and need to be ready to turn off onto other footpaths too....


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codesmon surveyed Borlip one

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Ran this from Bordon back to Liphook today, it is a very muddy route, with a long road section outside Bordon that is unlit, fast, with no pavements and not always easy to step off the road. Not really suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs and the mud would make either very difficult later in the route. The route as described by the GPX file cannot be followed, there are too few points and the straight lines between them are not always on actual paths, never mind rights of way....


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Nicola Marks surveyed Liphook

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Generally this is a good route, but there are a couple of points where a slight modification would make it safer to walk, as there are a few road sections / crossing points that are a bit dangerous or tricky. A slight route change along the side road at SU 80865 27979 might be preferable....


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Slow Ways added Borlip one, a new walk from Bordon to Liphook

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Slow Ways added Liphas one, a new walk from Liphook to Haslemere

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Slow Ways added Lipmid one, a new walk from Liphook to Midhurst

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Slow Ways added Petlip one, a new walk from Petersfield to Liphook

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Liphook, Thu 25 July



Liphook’s Slow Ways starting point

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Lat / Lon

51.07655° / -0.80229°

Easting / Northing

484,001E / 131,485N

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Users have reported that the following facilities can be found within 1km of Liphook's meeting point

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Free wifi

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Off-road wheelchair hire

Disabled Parking

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