The Hangers Way and Shoulder of Mutton Hill (10 miles/16 kilometres)

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Waterloo Station

Waterloo Rd · London

How to find us

Ground floor, in the middle of the concourse, at the Meeting point in front of the Information centre (by platforms 11 and 12). Be there for 9.15am.

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Do this because - you'll get great views over an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

We set up this group in aid of CHICKS - Country Holidays for Inner City Kids (www.chicks.org.uk). We’ll deduct Meetup and PayPal fees but all the profits will go to CHICKS. After each hike, we’ll let you know exactly how much we’ve all raised.

HIKE FACTS
Hike distance: 10.3 miles/16.6 km (about 5/6 hours of actual hiking)
Hike grade: 5/10
Hike speed: approx. 2.5/3mph over varied terrain
Weather: https://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/2640348

COST
Meetup fee: £6
Train fare: Super off peak day return to Petersfield is: £29.40, but with Groupsave discount it’s: £19.40 (same price if you have a Network Railcard). See below for further information.
Prices as at 17 Oct from Trainline: https://www.thetrainline.com/

MEETING AT
Station: Waterloo
Meeting point: Ground floor, in the middle of the concourse, at the Meeting Point in front of the Information centre (by platforms 11 and 12).
Meeting time : 9.15am for Group Save tickets (we need to get into a min of groups of three).
Plan how to get to the station here: https://tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/

Train out: 10am (we’ll head to Platform at 9.45am).
Arrive Petersfield at 11.02am
Train back: is from Liss, there's one train an hour coming back to London. We can't say for sure what time we'll be back, so don't sign up if you've got important plans for the evening.

WALK DESCRIPTION
We start in the ancient market town of Petersfield and end in the village of Liss, Hampshire. Much of our walk follows the Hangers Way, a long-distance path which lies within an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

We’ll enjoy unspoilt countryside that that hasn’t changed in hundreds of years. This is a walk of gentle gradients apart from a fairly strenuous climb up Shoulder of Mutton Hill and one short steep downhill section – but the views will be worth it (as will the pint at the end) 😊

KEY INFORMATION
YOU MUST READ THE THREE SECTIONS BELOW - if you join this trip, you're confirming that you have.

1) The perilous bit: https://www.meetup.com/Hike-For-Charity/pages/29668134/Legal_bits/

2) Our FAQs, including an explanation of Groupsave tickets which will save you money: https://www.meetup.com/Hike-For-Charity/pages/29668120/Our_FAQs/

3) See here for what to wear and take: https://www.meetup.com/Hike-For-Charity/pages/29668194/What_to_wear_and_take/

AND FINALLY
We're volunteers hoping to establish a community of friends, so please go with the flow and help out where and if you can.

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