GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Hangers Way

21 miles (34 km)

Travel through Hampshire from Alton to the Queen Elizabeth Country Park along this 21 mile walking path.
The route passes through the delightful village of Selborne where you can take a detour to visit the lovely Selborne Common. There's nice footpaths here and varierty of flora and fauna to see. The village is also notable for its links with the world-famousnaturalist, Revd.Gilbert White, who was a pioneer ofbirdwatching. White is recognised as being the first ecologist orenvironmentalist.
From Selborne you continue to Noar Hill and the attractive market town of Petersfield before finishing at Queen Elizabeth Country Park.
Scenery includes the beautiful woodland and grassland of the Hampshire countryside, while passing a series of steep-sided hills called the Hampshire Hangers, from which the path takes its name.
See the Hampshire CC website for more information on walks in the area.

Hangers Way OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Hangers Way Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

In Petersfield you can stop for refreshments at The Old Drum on Chapel St at postcode GU32 3DP. The contemporary country pub is located in the centre of Petersfield and has a lovely beer garden. Built in the 18th Century, it is the oldest in the area and has been beautifully restored to keep its character and charm.

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Queen Elizabeth Country Park

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Long Lythe,Selborne

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Noar Hanger - one of the many Hangers (steep Hills) on the path

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Petersfield

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Elevation Profile

Video

GPS Files

GPX File

Hangers Way.gpx (right click - 'Save As')

Memory Map Route

Hangers Way.mmo (right click - 'Save As')