Join Mick and his loyal collie Barney on this beautiful circuit along and above the Meon Valley.
Although allied leaders met in the Meon valley to agree D-Day plans, we are pretty confident none of the bridges on this walk were built by prisoners! There might however, be hostilities in the beautiful chalk stream waters beneath your feet as the Meon is famous for its fierce predator: the Brown Trout. Hopefully, as January to March is spawning time, the trout will be otherwise engaged laying eggs in the gravel rather than hunting down small fish and insects.
As you head in the direction of Beacon Hill you might also catch sight of a much bigger fish…..one very clearly out of water. Keep your eyes peeled!
Exton is where the excellent Shoe Inn is located, so why not plan a drink/lunch at the pub afterwards.
If you would like to join this walk please sign up through the festival website