Lymington-Keyhaven walk.

Monday 21st March 2016       This post was suggested by the master of walking posts Jo of restlesjo fame.


The bandstand opposite the yacht club.
The small pond with an island, in need of attention.


Off we go. today is sunny with a chill in the air, remember we are by the sea. Occassionally the warmth could be felt on our backs


Wavy walls. (Crinkum [or Crinkle] Crankum). Have done a post about these rare walls.
A small view of the expanding haven.
Amid the masts you can see the Isle of Wight Ferry.


The yacht haven, millions of pounds here, not just boats but cars as well




Winter look of the old Lido.
I used to come here when in my junior years of school. Still never learnt to swim. Still do not like water. Getting into it that is. Although did make a resolution this year to learn to swim, yeh right!




The Lymington Lido.

Now called Lymington

Sea Water Baths.





The walk we intend doing later in the spring summer. but today it was just the orange part approx 3miles plus what we did getting here.
View of the conservation area. With yachts in the distance.
One of the bays, path leads on to Keyhaven approx 5km.
Marshbanks in the distance. There were many birds visible but photo doesn’t show them.
Another view, further along the sea path, of the bay which leads to Keyhaven.







Bird conservation with ferry in the far distance.




Marsh banks and bay.


Another view of the bird conservation







Conservation Area.




What kind of goose?
See, I told you it was a bird conservation area


High street, heading back to car.
Finally through the church yard to car park.


RestawyleGerry A/C 2016

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14 thoughts on “Lymington-Keyhaven walk.

    1. If I took you into my forest area there is so much more with trees shrubs and wild animals.. nothing ferocious though, maybe a butterfly with teeth 😉 welcome and thank you always

    1. I grew up in and around here, and yes there is so much more now, the marsh and walls I walked along is all reclaimed. Could not walk that far in my youth… for the better by the looks of it. thank you Gilly and welcome always.

  1. Fantastic, Gerry! Thank you so much! 🙂 I’m sorry I didn’t get here sooner. I didn’t get a pingback or I would have made sure I did. Hectic at ours right now, preparing for my daughter coming for Easter. I loved being shown Lymington though your eyes. (I’m not much of a swimmer either- I really should join you for those lessons 🙂 )
    I’ll look forward to the longer version in the Summer! Many thanks again, and for all your support too. Happy Spring!

    1. Hopefully the weather will get a little warmer,,, getting the sun but not the heat…. Not sure why pingback didn’t happen.. I have more on Lymington and my ex- home village Brockenhurst etc but will see what happens on any future walks. Thank you Jo welcome always.

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