Alton's Autumn Walking Festival 2022


For more information on the walks please click on the date.


ALL walking MUST be booked in advance.

For full details about the walks please click on the date of the walk in the table below.

Click here to download a PDF copy of this year's
Walking Festival Guide

To book a walk click here or on the date of the walk. 



Tuesday 4th October 

Walk 1Alton's Lost Railways
 6.5 miles / 2.5 - 3 hours10:00 am
Walk 2
Wellbeing Walk: Letting Go
 2 miles / 2.5 - 3 hours10:00 am
Walk 3
The Six Hills of Alton: West Circuit
 5-6 miles / 3 hours
2:00 pm
Walk 4
Hampshire Bat Group: Evening Bat Walk
 1 - 2 hours6:00 pm

Wednesday 5th October

Walk 5Gaston Wood via Bentworth
5.5-6.00 miles / 3.5 hours
9:30 am
Walk 6Bramdean Common and Cheriton Battlefield
8.5 miles / 4 hours
10:00 am
Walk 7The Six Hills of Alton: East Circuit
8 miles / 4 hours
1:00 pm
Walk 8Autumn Woodland Walk4.75 miles / 2.5 hrs
2:00 pm 
    

Thursday 6th October

Walk 9In Writers' Footsteps10 miles / 5-6 hours
9:30am
Walk 10Up and over Holybourne Down
4.75 / 2.5 - 3 hours
10:00am
Walk 11Four Marks, Farringdon and Chawton
8.6 Miles / 5 hours
10:00am
Walk 12Alton Town Guides: Civil War Walk2 miles / 1.5 hours2:00pm
    

Friday 7th October

Walk 13Autumn Foraging Stroll
1 mile / 1.5 hours
10:00am
Walk 14A Village Ramble
11 miles / 5 hours
10:00am
Walk 15 Neatham Down Circular Walk
5.5 miles / 3 hours
1:30pm
Walk 16Town Walk: Around the back of Alton
1.5 hours2:00pm
    

Saturday 8th October

Walk 17Bentley Station to Alton Station
8.5 miles / 3.5 hours
9:30am
Walk 18 Alton Tree Walk
2 miles / 1.5 hours
10.00am
Walk 19Lower Froyle and Pax Hill
4.25 miles / 2 hours
10:00am
Walk 20 Holybourne Ponds Scavenger Walk
1.5 miles / 1.5 hours
1pm
    

Sunday 9th October 

Walk 21Bentworth Circular Walk
5.5 miles / 3 hours
10:00am
Walk 22 The Six Hills of Alton11.5 miles / 5.5 hours10:00am
Walk 23 Binsted to Isington Tree Walk3.7 miles / 2 hours10:30am
Walk 24 Alton Town Guides: Town Walk2 miles / 1.5 hours
2:00pm





Thank you to this year's sponsors

HEADLINE SPONSOR:

 

Chris West, contract manager at Everyone Active, commented: “This is a fantastic event of which we’re proud to support. As a company, we’re passionate about getting more people, more active, more often. Walking is not only great for physical health but mental health too.

“We wish the event huge success and would encourage the local community to dust off their walking shoes and get involved!”

SPONSOR:



"Having lived in the Alton area from a very young age and having discovered (like many) lots of walks I had no idea existed during lockdown, I am delighted to be sponsoring such an event.” Charles Henry