WALK 13 – JustGreatSunsetShots

From Old Winchester Hill

  • DATE: Sunday 21 August 2022
  • TIME: 16.45
  • START LOCATION: Old Winchester Hill Car Park
  • WHAT3WORDS/GRID REF: ///totals.clays.chairs; SU645 214
  • DISTANCE: 5 miles
  • DURATION: 3 hours (including time watching and photographing the sunset)

A circular early evening walk from Old Winchester Hill down to the Meon Valley and back up again to watch the sunset from the hilltop. Famed for its Iron Age fort and Bronze Age barrows, Old Winchester Hill provides a fabulous vantage point to watch the sun go down on a summer’s evening. Richard Welch of JustGreatShots Photography will be accompanying us. He will be offering photographic advice to help you capture some memorable pictures. All kinds of camera and levels of experience welcome. Walk suitable for older children. Bring a snack to eat while you snap!

Walk Key

Please look at the festival website ‘Information’ page to understand the walk key, what to wear, advice on medical information, weather plans, arriving before the scheduled departure time etc before deciding if you would like to join this walk.

Walk Pace


Walk Grade

Varying landscape with some more challenging slopes. Suitable for keen walkers or anyone who is reasonably active

No Dogs

Circular walk

Walk Leader

Malinka from Rural Strides is a co-organiser of the walking festival. Rural Strides was set up to promote the beauty and variety of the local Weald and Downland area, as a walking destination close to London. With a wealth of knowledge of local routes, hidden gems and where to find nature at its best in every season, Rural Strides is your ideal walking companion for the Hampshire/West Sussex borderlands.


Just Great Shots Photography have been hosting various photography workshops and walkabouts since 2017. Their walkabouts are normally free as only hints and tips are provided along with an enjoyable day out with a camera. Workshops are hosted in small groups or on a true 1-2-1 basis. Workshops cover from beginners to advanced. Most events are at the weekend but during the summer further mid-week events are put on. In 2019 they hosted over 100 events covering Seaford to Portland along the south coast. Themes included wildlife, seascapes, nightscapes, low light, long exposure and much more.