Into the white wood

Haslemere Circular (silent walk)

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trees

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branches

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tree

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bells

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It's April

Haslemere Circular (silent walk)

05-Apr-08 • moontiger on Flickr

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Snow on hedge

Haslemere Circular (silent walk)

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Haslemere Circular walk

Gentle woods in the morning and a climb to Black Down in the afternoon

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Haslemere Circular. 24/7/13

Another trip around this very pleasant 9 miler in the Surrey countryside. Shortly after leaving the rail station, it's not long before the walker is entering the South Downs National Park, though much of the land surrounding the town is National Trust owned anyway. The morning section is mainly delightful mixed woodland walking prior to reaching the village of Fernhurst for the suggested lunch time stop. After lunch, the scenery is still pleasingly wooded, but with more heathland as the walker ascends past the 'Temple of Winds' (well worth the additional detour!) and onto the highest point in the National Park (and Sussex!), the 919 feet (280m) of Black Down. A great shorter walk that is a delight at any time of the year.


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