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Walk: King's Somborne
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Horsebridge, Hampshire, South and South East England

Horsebridge is a small village, consisting of a pub, a converted mill, a converted railway station and a number of houses, near the River Test in Hampshire. The John O'Gaunt pub in the village is very popular with walkers walking the Test Way, a 44 mile walking route following River Test from Inkpen to Southampton Water. Near Horsebridge the Test Way follows the route of the old Andover to Romsey railway which was closed in 1964.

Follow the sign posts to Horsebridge and the John O'Gaunt pub from the A3057 road from Romsey to King's Somborne. The Hampshire County Council Test Way car park is down the road opposite the pub then on your right.

Map reference:
Grid reference:
OS Landranger Sheet 185
SU 344 304
The Test Way
The Clarendon Way

Walk at Horsebridge:

King's Somborne 3.0 miles / 4.8 km 360 feet / 109 m Moderate 1 hr 30 mins 400 kcal
Parking Main road Minor road
Track Footpath Public house
Church Picture
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Walk: King's Somborne