Langstone Harbour Waterside Walk

A walk of 14 miles in Hampshire which is a complete circuit of Langstone Harbour with Portsmouth to the west and Hayling Island to the east. Maps, statistics and gpx route file for the walk are included.

Google Maps Open Source Maps

Statistics and Files
Start: Eastney Point, Hayling Island
Grid Ref: SU684001
Distance: 14 miles (22 km)
Climbing: 38 metres
Walk time: 5-7 hours
Days: 1

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Langstone Harbour Waterside Walk is a complete circuit of Langstone Harbour which to be completed requires crossing the Langstone Channel by way of the Hayling Ferry. Waymarkers clearly mark the 14 mile route, which can be completed in its entirety in 5 to 7 hours. The Waterside Walk leads through many of the harbour’s nature reserves, as well as showing parts of Langstone Harbour’s more industrial side. There are also a number of places to stop for refreshments en route. Although the walk is quite long, it is all on the flat so is not arduous. There are good public transport links around the harbour, so it is also possible to walk just a section. Points of interest on the walk include Fort Cumberland, Portsea Island, Farlington Marshes Nature Reserve, Langstone Nature Reserve, West Hayling Nature Reserve and Sinah Common. The walk shares the west side path (outbound) with the Solent Way and the east side path (inbound) with the Hayling Billy Coastal Path.

Useful Links:
Langstone Harbour Website Guide
Long Distance Walkers Association

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