The diversity of landscapes will be a main feature of this walking trail. Explore chalk hills, some of the world's oldest yew forests and slopes that are the habitat for protected plants such as moss.
In Winchester, where you'll start this adventure, you'll enjoy the best of the city and the countryside. You'll find everything from high-end architecture and great restaurants to country trails.
You'll explore the majestic English fields and landmarks such as the Buster Hill Geological Conservation Area, Graffham Down and the Chanctonbury Ring.
The last stretch of walk will be through Meads Village, where you can enjoy the Victorian architecture of its streets and the colourful homes built in the centre of the village.
- Get to know East Meon and its parish with Bronze Age burial mounds.
- Queen Elizabeth Country Park and its 2,000 acres of forests make up part of your route.
- Enjoy a beer at Pyecombe's most famous pub, a village that follows grazing history in the lowlands.
- Walk along the banks of the River Cuckmere.