Go Jauntly

We’re working with our partner Go Jauntly to help you discover walks in and around Southampton. Go Jauntly is a free community-based walking, wayfinding and nature connection app.

Browse the Go Jauntly Southampton walking trails here.

The Go Jauntly app includes an inspiring collection of walks in and around Hampshire, including the Southampton Foodie Tour, Public Art Trail, Titanic Tour of Southampton, Itchen Trail, Eling Tide Mill, Hamble Rail Trail and many more

Here are two of the lovely walks you can follow to explore some of Southampton's amazing parks. 

    Image of leaves on a tree with the words The Southampton Parks Nature Trail written across the image

Here are some of the other Southampton walks available:

  • Southampton Foodie Tour - Taking in some of the best food and drink spots in Southampton. Packed full of food and history!
  • Southampton Public Art Trail - Discover the public art around Southampton. From street art, festival pieces and mosaics to listed statues and sculptures.
  • The Southampton Parks Nature Trail - A nature filled jaunt around Southampton’s central parks. Complete with wildflower meadows, interesting trees and wildlife.
  • Titanic Tour of Southampton - The Titanic departed Southampton in 1912. This tour takes you around some of the historical landmarks across the city that are linked to the ship.
  • North Common Loop - A circular route around the north side of the Common starting at Boldrewood Innovation Campus. Enjoy nature on the route to unwind.
  • Southampton Common Explorer - A leisurely loop from Southampton train station to the Common and back. Detour into the old municipal cemetery en route.
  • Walk the Walls - Take a stroll from Mayflower Park to Bargate along the old city walls.

These Southampton walking routes are a great way to encourage you to walk more. Walking is not only good for your physical health, but it helps improve your mental wellbeing too. So why not get outdoors, enjoy the fresh air, connect with nature and discover hidden gems in your local area.

Download for free on the App Store or the Play Store now.