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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Wiltshire

'We organise three major events which attract walkers from all over the country. The Stonehenge Stomp and Woodhenge Womble weekend is firmly established in the walking calendar as being on ...
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Category Salisbury

'Many of Bradford on Avon's accommodation providers welcome walkers. There are also many fantastic pubs, cafés and restaurants to rest those aching feet!'


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Category West Wiltshire

'Bromham is set in lovely countryside within easy reach of some of the most iconic sites England has to offer. From the pre-historic Ridgeway path and hill forts through the famous Wiltshi ...
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Category Kennet

[1] Westbury White Horse (4 miles) - - - : [2] Around Edington (5 miles) - - - : [3] Edington and Salisbury Plain (6 miles) - - - : [4] Salisbury Plain (30 miles) - - - : [5] White Horse Trail - - ...
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Category West Wiltshire

'Lydiard Park is Swindon's foremost historic park. It is a designated Country Park, which includes the striking Palladian House with many of its original contents, and is the setting to on ...
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Category Swindon

'A unique and spectacular landscape that includes tranquil open downland, ancient woodland and chalk streams in the centre of southern England.'


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Category North Wiltshire

[1] Water Meadows - - -  [2] River Avon - - - : [3] Draycot Estate  - - - : [4] River Avon Mill and Christian Malford - - - : [5] Draycot - - - : [6] Chizel Brook - - - : [7] Draycott estate Hardin ...
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Category North Wiltshire

'Our area extends to the River Thames in the north, Wootton Bassett and Avebury in the west, Tidworth and Ludgershall in the south and the county boundary with Berkshire and Oxfordshire in the east ...
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Category Swindon

'The route mainly follows broad tracks through rolling downland countryside rich in history from prehistoric to recent times.'


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Category Kennet

Highlights 'Avebury Stone Circle - The Ridgeway - Fyfield Down - Overton Hill round barrows - The Sanctuary - West Kennet Long Barrow - Silbury Hill.'


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Category Kennet

'The Avon Valley is a very special place; it has a greater range of habitats and a wider variety of flora and fauna than any other chalk river in Britain. The broad flood plain of the lower valley ...
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Category Salisbury

'There is an extensive car park in Bradford-on-Avon adjacent to the railway station.' (You can also use the train between Bath and Bradford-On-Avon.)


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Category West Wiltshire

'The Clarendon Way crosses the Test Valley between Kings Somborne and Houghton. It starts beside the waters of the Itchen in the heart of Winchester and ends near the Avon at Salisbury Cathedral. I ...
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Category Salisbury

'The Devizes Town Trail, published by the Trust, is the ideal companion for those wishing to learn more of the town and its history. The book is illustrated throughout and suggests a walk ...
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Category Kennet

'You can enjoy the impressive Wiltshire countryside while exploring the ancient history that has shaped it. Both Stonehenge and Avebury offer far more than their stone circles. They encompass unriv ...
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Category Salisbury

'People from all over the world come to Lower Bemerton to see St. Andrew's, the little church opposite the Old Rectory where Herbert lived. Its Visitors' Book is filled with the names of those who ...
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Category Salisbury

'Get Wiltshire Walking  'A Public Health funded project which aims to ensure every community within the county has access to a FREE weekly led walk ... Each walk has its regular starti ...
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Category Wiltshire

'The Great Stones Way is conceived as a central part of the ancient Ridgeway trail which follows the chalk escarpments across southern England from the Wash to the coast of Dorset. The Rid ...
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Category Swindon

'However, it is strongly recommended that an OS 1:25,000 map is used at all times along with this website as there are certain sections of the walk where the route is not entirely clear on the grou ...
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Category West Wiltshire

'Malmesbury is one of the oldest continously inhabited sites in Britain. The first Christian community was established in the mid-7th century, and the Abbey which dominates the centre of t ...
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Category North Wiltshire

The Mid-Wilts Way (Ex-Libris Press) is 'a guide to the 55-mile waymarked trail across Wiltshire from Wootton Rivers on the Kennet & Avon Canal in the east to Mere in the south-west. Ta ...
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Category Salisbury

'An ocean of grassland and a sweep of big sky. Ancient monuments loom out of the mist; camouflaged soldiers crouch in the undergrowth. Salisbury Plain is a landscape of extremes. It is the ...
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Category Salisbury

'Several walks have been set up by club members as Permanent Trails which may be walked at any time and attract IVV [International Federation of Popular Sports] stamps ... Walkers who do not partic ...
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Category Salisbury

The route is 'the best guess of the route (clockwise) based on surviving waymarks'.


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Category Salisbury

'Pewsey Avon Trail takes the walker down the sublime Avon valley in Wiltshire from Pewsey to Salisbury by means of a series of ten linked waymarked walks. It has been devised in memory of ...
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Category Kennet

Britain's Oldest Road '87 miles (139km) long, much of it following the ancient chalk ridge route used by prehistoric man, The Ridgeway offers the chance to get away from the bustl ...
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Category Kennet

'Not only does the Guide include nine individual 4 page circular walks in shower proof seals but also a fascinating introduction to the parish and a trail around the village with its fine and inter ...
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Category North Wiltshire

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Category Salisbury

The Royal Oak - Swallowcliffe  'We have four Royal Oak walks, starting from and finishing at the pub, varying in length from 20 minutes to one and a half hours, each taking in stunning sce ...
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Category Salisbury

'The Wednesday walks are typically 2½ to 3½ miles (1 to 1½ hours) and usually include field paths and stiles. On Mondays the walks alternate between longer walks of 4 to 5 miles with stiles and som ...
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Category West Wiltshire

'A detailed Route Description has  been prepared by Tim Lewis and is now available as a free download.'


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Category West Wiltshire

'Abingdon: Explore the new and historic routes of the Wilts & Berks Canal ... Melksham: A walk along The Lost Waterway of Melksham ... Shrivenham: Walks around Bourton & Shrivenham ... Swindon: ...
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Category Wiltshire

The Forum 'exists to encourage responsible access to the countryside of Wiltshire and Swindon by: Providing information on areas of countryside that are available for the public to enjoy; Provi ...
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Category Wiltshire

Explore the Landscape Around: [1] Westbury White Horse - - - : [2] Upper By Brook Valley - - - : [3] The Vale Of Pewsey - - - : [4] The Vale of Wardour - - - : [5] Bradford-On-Avon And Avonclif ...
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Category Wiltshire

'In some cases the coloured lines (Wiltshire Council's mapping layers) will not exactly match the rights of way shown on the Ordnance Survey map underneath. This is because network cha ...
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Category Wiltshire

'We strive to put on 2 walks a month, all over Wiltshire and surrounding counties, and we also sometimes do walks with the Long Distance Walkers Association (LDWA) where the length of walk can ...
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Category Wiltshire

'The Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and North Somerset Group generally walk on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month. From time to time we have joint walks with neighbouring GOC groups. Dur ...
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Category Wiltshire

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