Secretary: Peter Denison, 2 Test Cottages, St Mary Bourne, Andover, Hants, SP11 6BX. Tel 01264 738569 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Several walks have been set up by club members as Permanent Trails which may be walked at any time and attract IVV stamps. Brief details of the Trails, and distances, are given below. Route descriptions may be found by following the links from Walks above.
Walkers requiring IVV stamps are requested to download an Entry Form and forwarded completed form, appropriate fee, cards and SAE to the walk organiser.
Walkers who do not participate in the IVV award scheme are welcome to go out and enjoy the walks and countryside.
Stonehenge Walk, 17km, starts from Amesbury and is mainly on footpaths giving good views of the famous monument.
Old Sarum Challenge. 40km walk from Amesbury which follows footpaths to Old Sarum giving good views across Salisbury to the famous Cathedral spire. The return route crosses the beautiful Woodford Valley.
Romsey Circular Walk, 11kms, goes around the historical town and surrounding countryside.
Mount Batten Trail, 14km, walk starting near Plymouth and using part of the South West Coast Path.
Mount Edgcumbe Trail, 11km walk starting at the Country Park near Plymouth, just across the Tamar in Cornwall, is on undulating footpaths along the coast giving excellent views across Plymouth Sound.
Winchester City Heritage Trail, 13km walk around the town and surrounding countryside of the old capital of England.
Two Chapels Trail, 15km walk on footpaths around the grounds of Killerton House, near Exeter.
City of Salisbury Trail, 11km walk in and around the historical City.
City of Bath Heritage Walk, 13km walk around all the sights of the the ancient City.
Ludlow Trail, 10km route around the historic and picturesque town.
Hereford City Trail, 13km, walk visiting the historical sites of the town.
Settle Railway Walk,14km linear walk along a section of the Ribble Way.
City of Bristol Trail, 12km walk featuring some of Brunel’s engineering influences.
Old Churches of the North Downs, 13km, from Guildford visiting St Martha and St Catherine churches on the North Downs.
Kyra’s Trail, 25km, over the South Downs from Duncton, nr Petworth in Sussex.
Exeter City & Waterways Trail, 10km around the historic Devon city.
IOW Trails. 6 Trails on the Isle of Wight from 10km to 28 km, also the Round the Island Trail, a long-distance walk of 100km.
Calne Bowood Trail, 13km. From the town out onto footpaths and lanes before returning back to town.
Southampton City Waterfront and Heritage Trail, 12km. A walk around the City taking in many historical sites as well as along the pier with views across the Docks.
Avebury Prehistoric Trail, 10km. A mainly rural walk around some of the famous prehistoric sites in the area.
Pershore Trail, 10km. A walk along the Avon and visiting Pershore Abbey and Park.
Montacute & Ham Hill. 13km. A rural walk from the NT property.
Isle of Wight PTs are listed on IOW Trails page. There are 7 walks ranging from 10km to 116km in length.
Armistice Trails PTs are listed on Armistice Trails page. There are 6 walks ranging from 10-11 km in length. 3 are in the south of England, 2 are in East Anglia and 1 is in Cumbria.
|Shipton Star 2019|
|2019 Kanter Info|
|Amesbury Walkers Programme 2019|
|2019 Kanter Entry|
|2018 Kanter Information|
|PT Challenge 2019|
|PT Entry Form|
|Old Sarum Challenge|
|Romsey Circular Walk|
|Mount Batten Trail|
|Mount Edgcumbe Trail|
|Winchester City Heritage Trail|
|Two Chapels Trail|
|City of Salisbury Trail|
|Bath Heritage Walk|
|Settle Railway Walk|
|City of Bristol Trail|
|Old Churches of the North Down|
|Exeter City and Waters Trail|
|Calne Bowood Trail|
|Southampton City Waterfront and Heritage Trail|
|Avebury Prehistoric Trail|
|Montacute and Ham Hill|
|Armistice Permanent Trails|
|Brading Windmill Trail|
|Round the Island Trail|