Wayfarer's Walk is a long distance path which starts at Inkpen Beacon, this is also an end point of The Test Way. It is close to the site of Combe Gibbet and follows a meandering route to Emsworth, some 70 miles distant. The path starts in Berkshire, but most of it is in the county of Hampshire. The path runs close to the highest points in both Berkshire and Hampshire as witnessed by the nearby trig points. Parts of the walk can get muddy and deeply rutted whereas other parts are an easier terrain. I hope you enjoy the wonderful views from this scenic path.
Info from Hantsweb mentions the following for this area: The native flora contains a variety of herbs typical of ancient chalk downland including squinancywort, thyme, rockrose, salad burnet, clustered bellflower, small scabious and orchids such as fragrant, frog, bee and pyramidal.
Although not exactly part of nature, the majestic line of power pylons dissappearing into the distance is quite artistic.