Old Winchester Hill provides amazing views across the Meon Valley to Beacon Hill as well as giving you views down to the sea. You can either follow a circular path that consists of steep slopes and woodland or you can follow the hill fort route that keeps along the top of the hill. It is also full of wildlife such as chalkhill blue butterflies in the summer, birds and lots of sheep. There are quite a few areas which require dogs to be on leads in order to protect the sheep. Lastly, there is the amazing Iron Age hill fort and Bronze Age burial mounds. Also visible in the hill fort area are smaller hollows from World War II, as the army used the hill as a mortar firing range. After walking around here you could pop into the Thomas Lord, in West Meon, for lunch. Parking is free.