Things to do

Walks around Upham

Upham’s location makes it a popular destination for walking. With ample parking spread around the village and the Brushmaker’s Arms as a good watering hole, the village is a popular starting point for hikes around the area.

We’ve collected a number of suggested routes on this page and we hope you find them informative.

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Walk One: Bigpath Farm, Dean and Street End

Walk Three: Roughay, Stakes Lane and Woodcote

Walk Five: Stakes Lane, Northbrook, Bishop’s Waltham and Street End

Walk Seven: Woodcote, Little Belmore Cottage and Observation Post

Walk Nine: Woodlock’s Down Farm towards Green Hill

Walk Two: Green Hill, Cheesefoot Head, Longwood and Baybridge

Walk Four: Stakes Lane, Marwell, Hensting, Owslebury and Green Hill

Walk Six: Woodcote and Observation Post

Walk Eight: Woodcote, The Rookery and Church

Walk Ten: Woodlock’s Down Farm, Green Hill, Blackdown and Baybridge