This is just one route up St Catherine’s Hill. It starts and ends at a convenient car park. There are other routes and, once at the summit, the walk can be extended to include the East side of the Hill. The Hill has been in use for 3000 years and the summit with the Miz-maze, the ruined Norman Chapel buried under the Beech trees, and the deep Iron Age ramparts, affords perhaps the best view of Winchester, the Cathedral and St Cross Church, from this side of the valley.
Here are 45 pictures to convince you that the effort is worthwhile.