Hampshire’s landscape is so diverse that there is some thing for everyone to enjoy and the programme of guided walks around Hampshire is a great way to explore our towns, cities and countryside.
A variety of walks have been organised around the County by a number of organizastions for you to enjoy. So if you are interested in walks around our Towns, Cities or the Countryside then follow the links to the type of walk you wish to attend.
Guided walks information
Guided walks take place on most days, led by local guides who bring the countryside to life with their knowledge and enthusiasm.
Discover Hampshire's rich downlands, tranquil valleys, charming villages, historic cities and towns; learn more about your countryside, wildlife and heritage on our guided walks programme.
You may need to book a place on some walks so please do check the details carefully as numbers are limited.
You are advised to come suitably dressed and to wear stout footwear, as the paths can be muddy in places and please pay particular attention to the countryside code
Many of your guides are volunteers and give their time for your enjoyment, so please take note of their instructions.
- Find a Walking/Rambling Group
- There are many Health walks around the County
- A variety of guided Walks are held in the New Forest and other Forestry Commission land throughout the County
- Itchen Valley Country Park, and Lakeside Country Park
Eastleigh's Countryside Service organize walks for all the family
- Hampshire’s Wildlife Trust
Walks for ages at their sites and, around the County