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Green and white named discs with tree on hillHangers Way

34 km / 21 miles

Named after the series of steep-sided hills, the Hampshire Hangers, the route is through wooded and grassed areas and the village of Selborne, home of past naturalist Gilbert White, to Queen Elizabeth Country Park, where it meets with the South Downs Way National Trail, and links to the Staunton Way which proceeds to the coast at Langstone Harbour.

Route details on website below.


Path Type
Paths Marked on OS mapping
Waymark: Green and white named discs with tree on hill
Green and white named discs with tree on hill
Challenging; Downland/Wolds
SU723397 - Alton, Hampshire
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SU720188 - Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Hampshire
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Publications, Badges and Certificates:

External PDF
Hangers Way (Hampshire County Council - 2004)


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Route Profile:

32.9 Km (20.4 miles)
847 m (2,779 ft) ascent
245 m (804 ft)  maximum height