Wickham is a little paradise for those who enjoy getting out and about as it is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in Hampshire. There are many walking, cycling and riding trails that will take you through woods, fields and water meadows. So why not have a stroll around the Meon Valley and see what you discover?
A highlight is the West Walk in the Forest of Bere. West Walk is an ideal wood for a complete day out for all the family with walking trails, cycling and picnic spots. Find out more here.
The Meon Valley Trail is a favourite to walk or cycle for many. A 10 mile trail starts in Wickham and runs up to West Meon along the disused railway track which provides a safe and flat surface for all the family. Here it connects with the South Downs Way and Wayfarers’ Walk, enabling you to create an extended circular route. Find out more here.
Meon Valley Churches Trail explores churches along the Meon Valley including that of St Nicholas in Wickham. Download the leaflet for more details
Wickham Wander is a 5.27 mile walk beginning in Wickham square and takes you along the disused railway line and working back along to the square via part of Pilgrims’ trail and past the Forest of Bere. Discover the full trail in the Meon Valley Churches Trail above.