Good tracks, easy walking, fairly flat, open countryside.
Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
Parking just off-road and head northwest through the gate.
(1) Keep straight heading northwest Along a good track. Keep following the main track curving west then southwest.
(2) Track curves south-southeast. Keep following it.
(3) Follow the small road that goes left. After a few meters, you can visit the churchyard.
(4) To shorten the walk, turn left and keep following the Macmillian Way. Otherwise, keep going straight.
(5) Navigate through the large farm.
(6) Turn left and northwest along the road back to start.(D/A)
D/A : mi 0 - alt. 873ft - Hangman's Stone
1 : mi 0.08 - alt. 889ft - Sign Posts
2 : mi 1.56 - alt. 896ft - Sign posts
3 : mi 2.32 - alt. 771ft - Track End / Road Start
4 : mi 3.03 - alt. 761ft - Macmillan Way Sign Post
5 : mi 3.17 - alt. 758ft - Many farm buildings
6 : mi 3.62 - alt. 860ft - End of road out of Stowell Park
D/A : mi 3.73 - alt. 873ft - Hangman's Stone
Good tracks and quiet roads.
Church for snack break.
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