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Saturday, 16 November 2019

Saturday Walk: Bentley to Farnham

12.6 miles / 20.1 km  - with shortcut before lunch (Frensham Little Pond to Tilford)

This is a shorter version of a lovely walk through woodlands and heathland.

Trains:  Take the 9:53 from London Waterloo, arriving at Bentley at 11:02.  If you miss this train, take the 10:00 and change at Woking (arrives 10:24, departs 10:30).
Return trains from Farnham at: xx:28/xx:58.
Buy a return to Bentley.

Lunch: The Barley Mow, Tilford, 01252 792205.  This is a late lunch stop, but food is served until 3pm.

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2 comments:

Thomas G said...

Aiming for the earlier train to walk the normal 25.2 km version. [09.00 W'loo, change Woking, Bentley 10.02]. Lunch pub after 13.5 km: The Bel and the Dragon in Churt. The last 2 km or so are along residential streets in Farnham, so will be fine for light.

Thomas G said...

3 off the early train in mostly sunny weather to 1 pm, then overcast. A few muddy bridleways in the woods en route but not overbearingly many, and the vast stretches across heathland were fine anyway (very fine far views from the heathland ridges today). Good leaf colour, plenty mushrooms: a good walk, and a good walk for the season.
We had made good progress when the turnoff to the Bel & Dragon came up, so we strode on to the Barley Mow for lunch, assuming we'd bump into/be met there by walkers from the posted train, but just a couple turned in (and only to use the facilities). So we were behind after lunch and coffee and got to Farnham in good time for the 16.28, on which we met some (5) of the main group, who emerged from the Mulberry Tree. Others apparently had taken the 15.58. [Note: The Waverley Inn is now shut for good and currently disembowelled for being turned into a Day Nursery.]