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Weston Shore
and Netley Abbey
Royal Victoria
Country Park
Hamble Quay and
Hamble Village
Hamble Common
and Hamble Point
Hamble Point and
Hamble Shore
River Hamble
and Warsash
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This is where I've been walking  
Latest diary entry - Friday 20 May Click the image for details
Home, Northam, Woolston, Bursledon, Hamble Quay.
Hamble Quay, Hamble Point, Hamble Shore, Royal Victoria Country Park.
Royal Victoria Country Park, Hamble Station, Netley Station.
13.80 mi - 22.21 km
Photo: Hamble Point.
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on my walking routes
And this is where I like to walk  
Principal places - and where next Click an image for details
Weston Shore   Royal Victoria   Hamble Quay and   Hamble Common   Hamble Point and   River Hamble  
and Netley Abbey   Country Park   Hamble Village   and Hamble Point   Hamble Shore   and Warsash  
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Walking Routes
A selection of places near where I live in Southampton.
I regularly walk 12 to 20 miles (19 to 32 kilometres) and look for an average of 4 to 4.5mph (6.44 to 7.24km/h) on fast sections of route. A good walk would be something like the nine or ten miles to Warsash fast and then the ferry to Hamble for a more leisurely walk along the shore to Netley. I take drink breaks along the way, notably at Hamble Quay, the Royal Victoria Country Park and in Warsash. I walk throughout the year, 3 or 4 days a week.
My walks include busy roads, some with no footway. Off road, the paths and beaches are uneven and often very wet. Please take advice before starting a new form of exercise. Where facilities such as cafes and transport are mentioned, these may not always be available.
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