Pewsey Avon Trail

The Pewsey Avon Trail is a relatively new walking route (created in 2010) using existing rights of way from Pewsey to Salisbury. In Salisbury the trail connects to the existing 34-mile Avon Valley Path to Christchurch. The trail is accompanied … Read More

Look before you visit!

The Pewsey Vale makes up a large part of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the AONB has created a short film of some of the landscape highlights you will see when you come and visit. … Read More

The Pewsey Vale Trail

This is a route that takes you from the centre of the village of Pewsey starting at Pewsey Heritage Centre, along the Kennet & Avon Canal, to Crofton Beam Engines  and then on to Wilton Windmill. It contains some circular … Read More

Three Downs Link

This is a walking, cycling and horse riding route from the North Wessex Downs AONB. This path follows bridleways through Hampshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire and Oxfordshire. The trail runs from Exton, in Hampshire, to Dean Hill, near Hungerford. You will pass … Read More

Cycleways in Wiltshire

There are lots of lovely cycle routes in Wiltshire and plenty that run north-south and west-east across the Pewsey Vale. Wiltshire Council promotes a route from Everleigh to Great Bedwyn with alternatives to shorten the route.  They also have a … Read More

Treasure Hunting in the Pewsey Vale

It’s a lovely way to pass the day with friends and family – tried and tested Treasure Hunting from Treasure Trails. How about trying your hand at the Pewsey Peasant Revolution or go to Great Bedwyn to solve The Battle of … Read More


What on earth is Geocaching? It’s a giant treasure hunt taking place all over the world – and that includes the Pewsey Vale. The locations of Geocaches can be found on line.  Using GPS, you navigate to a particular location … Read More

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