Hampshire Walks near Wallops Wood

Walkers and Cyclists Welcome

We've put together several Hampshire walks which start from our holiday cottages and some have stop points at the award-winning local country pubs. Discover the beautiful South Downs National Park surrounding Wallops Wood.

We belong to Visit England's Welcome Scheme and assist walkers and cyclists during their stay. For cyclists, we offer free water, puncture repair kits and tyre levers. And a first aid kit is available if required.

Hampshire Walks

Explore this fantastic range of walks listed by Hampshire County Council. Choose from circular, long distance and linear countryside walks and discover beautiful Hampshire.

Long distance walk The South Downs Way passes close to Wallops Wood, as does the St Swithun's Way and the Pilgrim's Trail.

Discover these suggested walks from Visit Hampshire which includes routes within the two National Parks!


Accessible Footpaths


Children's Story Trails

Download the trails and stories, and have a fun day out with the family:


Hambledon Vineyard Tour

Just a couple of miles from Wallops Wood is Hambledon Vineyard where fine English Sparkling Wine is produced. Take a guided tour of the vineyard as well as the wine cellars and sample the Hambledon Classic Cuvée and Classic Cuvée Rose. Booking essential.


Itchen Navigation Heritage Trail

The Itchen Navigation Heritage Trail stretches for 10 miles from Winchester to Southampton. Follow the route alongside the River Itchen as it meanders through the beautiful Hampshire countryside. You'll come across swans, alpacas and even a peacock! The trail is mainly flat with a few stiles, gates or gradients.


Meon Valley Trail

Walk or cycle the Meon Valley Trail along 11 miles of the old Alton to Fareham railway line. It's an off-road trail running from Wickham to West Meon and you can join it just down the road from Wallops Wood at Brockbridge, or from Chapel Road in Meonstoke.


Old Portsmouth Guided Tour

Take a fascinating walking tour of Portsmouth with An Infernal Den of Diabolical Demons.

Discover the city with experienced tour guide and author, Samuel, and be enthralled by scandalous stories of Old Portsmouth's phenomenal history. Booking essential.


New Forest, Hampshire Walks

The New Forest National Park has miles of walks and you can download excellent maps of these Hampshire walks. The routes are graded from very easy to medium and there are many accessible routes as well as recommendations for dog walks.


Hampshire Walks in the South Downs National Park

Established in 2011, the South Downs National Park has more routes than any other National Park in the UK. Download printable Hampshire walks including some close to Wallops Wood at Cheriton, East Meon, and the Meon Valley Trail.


Town Trails

Visit Winchester provide a selection of Hampshire walks to explore the lovely villages and towns in the Meon Valley: