The Allan King Way (King's Way) long-distance footpath was created by the Hampshire Area of the Ramblers' Association as a memorial to the late Allan King. He was a former Publicity Officer who was very well respected and it was he who was partly responsible for the formation of a number of Rambler's Groups in Hampshire. The route runs from Portchester to Winchester via Bishops Waltham and passes by sites such as Portchester Castle, Fort Nelson and Bishops Waltham Palace
The footpath is waymarked by metal and plastic disks found attached to wooden and metal posts, trees and street furniture. These are green diamond logos and are inscribed with the words Allan Kings Way.