In Part 1, I leave Pewsey Downs to trek off in search of the Pewsey White Horse… Download this walk Walk 5 - Bratton and Westbury White Horse 6 km/ 3.75 miles 1 - 2 hours Moderate An enjoyable and undulating walk presenting fabulous views from the northern aspect of the Imber Range Perimeter Path. Beginning in the village of Bratton, the route takes in Westbury White Horse. My fourth walk in a series to complete the 90-mile long White Horse Trail around Wiltshire. Terrain and conditions • Tracks, field paths mostly through pasture and minor roads. It includes a classic section of The Ridgeway, with magnificent views of the Vale of White Horse to the north, and passes the unique site of White Horse Hill before descending the steep scarp slope to the small picturesque village of Woolstone in the Vale. Turn right out of the car park to the B3098. Fork right into Upper Garston Lane by the Oratory of St Giles then, just before the lane dips, take the path left, waymarked to the church. This is a circular long distance, waymarked trail running through Wiltshire. From the Horse in Broad Town, the path follows the ridge and drops into the village, follows a low leve route to Clyffe Pypard where there is a pub and then into Highway, up Highway hill and across the top to drop into Cherhill then up Cherhill Down to the Cherhill Horse. Cut by Dr Christopher Alsop of Calne in 1780, Cherhill white horse is the second oldest of the 13 Wiltshire white horses, only eight of which are still visible. Building on the success of last year’s inaugural event, Rygor Commercials Ltd. and Rocking Horse Nursery are calling all walkers, ramblers, hikers and runners to take part in the 2020 White Horse Walk. White horse. It is one of the oldest of several white horses in Wiltshire and lies near an Iron Age hill fort. It’s a 3-mile route that follows the dramatic escarpment edge for magnificent views, then drops down on woodland paths beneath the cliffs before climbing back up beside the horse itself. Westbury White Horse Walk An exhilarating downland walk to a famous white horse. It starts at the Westbury White Horse and runs through Pewsey, Marlborough, Broad Town, Cherhill, Devizes, Steeple Ashton and Bratton.The walk runs through some beautiful Wiltshire countryside and also visits fascinating historical sites such as the Avebury Stones and Silbury Hill. The classic walk from Sutton Bank National Park Centre takes you to the famous turf-cut hillside landmark, the Kilburn White Horse. Hackpen Hill makes an incredible stop on a Wiltshire road trip. There’s just one month to go until the White Horse Walk, an event organised by Rygor Commercials of Westbury and Rocking Horse Nursery in Melksham to raise money for Wiltshire Air Ambulance. It's managed by Cherhill Parish Council. The horse, in profile, has been carved into the white chalky escarpment of Salisbury Plain, about 1.5 miles east of the town of Westbury. Turn left, then almost immediately left again up Butts Lane. I could walk around the White Horse, there were magical forests to explore, wildlife to spot plus it was a gateway to the oldest road in Europe; The Ridgeway! The views of the Marlborough Downs were magnificent and you could see for miles all over Wiltshire. The Walk is in aid of Wiltshire Air Ambulance, to help support the charity’s provision of essential aerial medical care to the people of Wiltshire and the surrounding areas. White Horse Walk. DIRECTIONS: 1. Cherhill white horse sits high on a steep slope, just below Oldbury Castle.
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