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  • The Walhampton Arms, Lymington
    • Lymington Reedbed and the Burrard Monument (2¼ or 2¾ miles): Stroll along the bird-rich Lymington River, returning via a monument to a local naval hero.
    • Keyhaven Marshes (3 miles): Explore one of the premier birdwatching sites on the south coast, on easy, surfaced paths.
    • Normandy and Pennington Marshes (5½ miles): Saunter on level, well-maintained paths around the creeks and saltmarshes of the Solent with views to Hurst Castle and the Isle of Wight. Includes directions to Lymington town centre.
    • Solent Foreshore (6¾ miles): A rewarding walk using a superb but little-known permissive path along an attractive stretch of the Solent foreshore, returning via parkland and a former WW2 airstrip.
    • Beaulieu Heath and Hatchet Pond (9¼ miles): A comprehensive exploration of a classic area of the New Forest, including open heathland, wildlife-rich woodland, and the Forest's largest area of open water.