Wilcot to Pewsey Wharf

This linear walk is an easy walk, which you can start at either end – both Pewsey Wharf and Wilcot village have parking – and a choice of two fine places to stop for refreshment.  This walk takes in an … Read More

Wilcot & Kennet & Avon Canal

This circular walk is a gentle walk, taking in the village of Wilcot and a lovely, easy walk along the Kennet & Avon Canal.   Places to eat and drink along the way: The Golden Swan in Wilcot   Click … Read More

Wilcot Village

This circular walk is an easy walk, taking in the history of Wilcot – a quintessentially English village complete with Church, cricket ground, pub and on the banks of the Kennet & Avon Canal.  Ideal for walking with buggies, wheelchairs … Read More

Milkhouse Water, Martinsell & Giant’s Grave

This circular walk is a more challenging route with hills, taking in the pretty villages of Milkhouse Water and West Wick, the magnificent Martinsell Hill (the second highest point in the county), the ancient Giant’s Grave and then returning via … Read More

Dursden Lane, Withy Drove & King’s Corner

A circular walk taking in some of the hidden places around Pewsey, following some of the pretty lanes and hollow ways as well as the River Avon and Scotchel Nature Reserve. Places to eat and drink along the way – … Read More

Great Bedwyn, Crofton, Wilton & Bedwyn Brail

This circular walk is a gentle route, taking in Wilton Windmill, Wilton Water and Crofton Beam Engines, as well as Bedwyn Brail and the Kennet & Avon Canal. You have a choice of refreshment stops on this walk:   The Swan … Read More

Wilton Windmill & Crofton Beam Engines

This circular walk is a beautiful route, taking in Wilton Windmill, Wilton Water and Crofton Beam Engines.  Some of the walk takes you along the Kennet & Avon Canal and you will even follow the footsteps of ancient Romans as … Read More

Mid Wilts Way

109 km / 68 miles Extended out to the Berkshire border, the Mid Wilts Way (MWW), researched and designed by James Alsop from Wiltshire College, Trowbridge, is a 68-mile route that takes in some of Wiltshire’s finest countryside and downland … Read More

Sunset Walk at Avebury World Heritage Site

One of the joys of summer is the long days which give us plenty of time in the evening to go for a walk and take in the dramatic beauty of the downs and vales as the sun goes down.

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