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Warsash to Stokes Bay via Lee on Solent

TRAILS TO WARSASH PART 4

Trails you can ride either from Warsash or catch a train and cycle back to Warsash.


Local ride 2: Warsash - Hook - Hillhead - Lee on Solent - Stokes Bay and back. (See photo 1) 20 mile, we did it in 1.5 hours and burned 528 calories, according to my Strava. My partner in crime on this trip is M2-Dave who along with me was riding a gravel bike. Download the GPX file here:


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Our ride starts in Warsash outside the workshop in Dibles Road. We travel to Hook via fleet end and at the Nook and Cranny we turn right and the take the left fork towards Solent Breezes. (See photo 2). After about a mile, the road bears sharply to the right but we carry on along a gravel lane toward Brownwich Farm. Bare left and through the gate and straight along the travel eventually going past the lake and through another gate (See photo 3). About 20 meters after the gate we turn right and hear down the track to Brownwich beach (See photo 4). Just before the beach turn left and immediately left again along the bridal way past the house and on to the cliffs above Brownwich beach. (See photos 5 & 6). We then carry on along the cliffs towards Hillhead. Where the track splits in two, take the left fork and carry along the winding tracks until you find the secret hole in the hedge (See photo 7). Go through the hole in the hedge then turn left and immediately right on to Meon Road.


We then travel along the Meon Road/Cliff Road (See photo 8) past the Osborne view and the do a right into Hillhead Road and down into the car park. We the cut along the cycle track (See photo 9 & 10) and pop out onto the car park at the west of Lee on Solent. We then jump up to the cycle path that takes us along the main road, all the way through Lee on Solent past the big traffic lights and turn right into Browndown Road.(signposted Stokes Bay ans Browndown Training camp - see photo 11). We continue along Browndown Road to the Bayside Cafe and the Dive Museum and carry on to Pebbles Cafe (see photo 12) where we stop for a coke or a pint.


The return journey is pretty much reverse except we continue along Meon road, over the little bridge, up the hill and along for about 500 meters until we get to Thatchers Cops where we take a left just after the car park on a concrete track. We carry on down that track and turn left at the T junction and go past Brownwich farm and back on to the Brownwich to Chilling track.


Please like and share this post if you found it helpful and like our FB page. Also, I am inviting all Warsash Cyclist to submit their own routes to me so that we can publish them. Please take some photos and describe the route and even include a screen shot of your Strava route. WhatsApp the detail to me on 07565 996846 and let’s get sharing our favourites routes.


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