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All reviews old railway oyster beds bike ride lovely walk langstone harbour off road dog walkers railway station ship inn easy walk lots of wild life dog mess lucky with the weather half mile information boards nature reserve sea birds
Nice walk good views of Portsmouth . Pleasant way to get some exercise and fresh air. weMet a friend so parked at each end of the walk we wanted to do. Great because it was dry when we went and I wore sandals. Some very...More
The clue is in the title but if you are anything other than a cyclist forget it it's no leisure. They tear down there at a rate of knots and God forbid they have to slow down or even stop for walkers, dog's, horses or...More
Done this trail from Havant a lot of times. It’s a really nice way of getting to the Hayling Sea Front.
All the way along the trail are informative boards telling you about the railway line in times gone by.
It’s a lovely place to...More
I've been down this trail now many times, and yes there are loads of Blacberries to pick and even some Sloe berries, So I was wrong in a previous write up!
Its nice to see Birdwatchers, photographers, people fishing and just taking a niice quiet...More
Stunningly good walk along the hayling railway to the bridge , wonderful harbour views across to Portsmouth , and Langstone harbour , full of wild life wadding birds , to buzzard , king fishers , turns egrets, and much more , on land , foxes...More
I walked the trail from its southern end, on Hayling Island, and crossed Langstone Bridge on to the mainland and continued on the trail to Havant railway station. A pleasant, scenic and easy walk. On some stretches the views were restricted but for much of...More
We walked this with our dog on a Sunday. It was very busy as it is a combined walking,cycling and horseriding track. Very nice all the same. There is a small car park at the northern end opposite the garage. Good birdwatching opportunities as well....More
Overall, a very scenic route between Havant and Hayling Island.
Very flat- suitable for all ages and abilities.
Not usually crowded, unless on a very hot day.
Well maintained- it is not unusual to see workmen out.
Highly recommended and I have been here on...More
Gill - manor road is the A3023 into Hayling Island (I’m guessing your campsite will be towards the south end of the island ) Car parks for the Billy trail can be found just off the A3023 as you come onto the island ( at the... More
Gill - manor road is the A3023 into Hayling Island (I’m guessing your campsite will be towards the south end of the island ) Car parks for the Billy trail can be found just off the A3023 as you come onto the island ( at the north end of the island ) I hope this helps.