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Welcome to the Walking Diary
Some of the places I've walked for exercise and leisure each month.
Places featured in the Walking Routes pages plus selected other walks.
Latest entry . . .
Thursday 6 August 17.51 mi 28.18 km
Home, St Denys, river Itchen, Northam, Chapel, Itchen Bridge, Woolston, Weston Shore, Netley Abbey, Royal Victoria Country Park, Hamble Lane, Hamble Square, Hamble Quay, Green Lane, School Lane, Hamble Point, Hamble Shore, Royal Victoria Country Park, Hound Road, Hamble Lane, Pound Road, Portsmouth Road, Manor Road South, Radstock Road, Bridge Road, Peartree Avenue, Athelstan Road, Bitterne Park Triangle, Cobden Bridge, St Denys Road, Home.
The COVID-19 outbreak means that my normal routes are not currently available. Walks will resume later in the year as the situation improves.
In the meantime, I'm following local routes like those shown here, mostly early in the morning . Photos are still being added to the photo album.
The diary consists of a page for each month. You can go to the current month by clicking the photo on the left. Clicking a photo below takes you to that month's page. You can also select a month from the column on the far left.
Other years can be selected from links further down this page.
You can also follow my walks on facebook and twitter
and I'm on Garmin Connect and MapMyWalk.

Thursday 23 July   Tuesday 28 July   Sunday 2 August    
From home to home via Portswood Road, Woodmill Lane, Wessex Lane, Wide Lane, Southampton Road, Bishopstoke Road, Fair Oak Road, Alan Drayton Way, Fair Oak Road, Winchester Road, Main Road, Church Lane, Highbridge Road, Allbrook Hill, Woodside Avenue, Passfield Avenue, Chestnut Avenue, Cheriton Road, Lakeside Country Park, Stoneham Lane, High Road, Portswood Road.   From home to home via St Denys, Itchen Boardwalk and footpath, under Northam Bridge, Princes Street, Northam, Chapel, Itchen Bridge, Woolston, Portsmouth Road, Old Netley, Hamble Lane, West End Road, Kanes Hill, Moorhill Gardens, Moorhill Road, Cheriton Avenue, Minstead Avenue, Beauworth Avenue, West End Road, Bitterne, Bitterne Road (Lances Hill), Bullar Road, Bitterne Park, Cobden Bridge, St Denys Road.   From home to home via Portswood, Highfield, Bassett, Chandler's Ford, Otterbourne, Shawford, Twyford, Allbrook, Woodside Avenue, Passfield Avenue, Chestnut Avenue, Stoneham Lane, Swaythling High Road, Portswood Road.    
All the photos featured in the
Walking Routes Diary
and more.
The Current Year - one page per month
The current year is continuously updated with new walks.
Rounding may cause kilometre totals to differ from those shown.
Distances are those recorded in the Walking Routes Diary. Distances to and from local stations are usually not included.
These and other local distances are included in my personal records, for instance:
in 2019 'Walking Routes' distances were 2467.20 miles or 3970.57 km while the total walked was 2822.97 mi or 4543.13 km.
Previous Years - one page per month
Archive - one page per year
Records started in March of 2010.
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