Staunton Way

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Start: Queen Elizabeth Country Park
Distance: 21 miles (34 km)
Grid Ref: SU718184
 
Climbing: 2,101 metres
Walk time: 8-10 hours
Days: 1-2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Staunton Way is a 21 mile recreational circular walk in Hampshire which connects Queen Elizabeth Country Park to Staunton Country Park. From the start, and in order, the route heads south and passes through Chalton, Finchdean, the west side of Rowlands Castle, Staunton Country Park, the northern suburbs of Havant before returning on a north course to the east side of Rowlands Castle, across Hampshire countryside and the woodlands of West Harting Down before arriving back in the country park at Queen Elizabeth Forest. It is waymarked with the picture of a roe deer and a green arrow. At Queen Elizabeth Country Park the walk connects to the South Downs Way and Hangers Way. At Rowland's Castle the path crosses the Monarch's Way. Sections of this walk also form part of the Sussex Border Path and Shipwrights Way. Originally a linear path extending to the coast, some sections have now been subsumed by, or shared with, the Shipwrights Way.


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Hampshire County Council
Long Distance Walkers Association


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