Distance: 11 miles

Time: 3-4hrs

Bus Time: 10:30am. Walkers are taken by a private coach from Romsey to their starting location. For more detailed information, click here.

If you are looking to challenge yourself whilst also enjoying the beauty of our Hampshire villages, this 11-mile route from Stockbridge is perfect.

Lying in the heart of Test Valley, this route starts in the picturesque town of Stockbridge.

The River Test flows under the high street, and you can still catch a glimpse of trout if you are lucky. 

Using the old railway line, the path passes through Stockbridge Common – a quiet world of reedbeds and waterfowl. Here, the Clarendon Way crosses the valley just before you reach the ancient crossing point of Horsebridge.

Continue on to the National Trust sight of Mottisfont and down through to Romsey's Memorial Park, where there'll be a warm finish-line welcome and a medal!​

View a map of the route

General info:
The route is fully marshalled, patrolled and signposted at key points. There are toilets on the route also. 

Detailed event information 

Walkers under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Dogs must be kept under strict control and on a short lead at all times.

Fitness Requirements:
You should be confident that you can walk your chosen distance. The route has a number of stiles and gateways, plus some rough
ground to negotiate. It is not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs.

Event Medical:
All marshalls have mobile phones, and there is medical assistance on-site in the event of an emergency.