We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Review Highlights
Clearly signposted

We walked from Tilshead out to the National Trust's White Barrow then used the Imber Range path... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Judith H
One of the best walks in the country

The IRPP allows you glimpses of the largest dry grassland habitat in Western Europe, if you go in... read more

Reviewed May 23, 2018
Salisbury, United Kingdom
Read all 35 reviews
All photos (17)
Full view
Traveller Overview
  • Excellent64%
  • Very good31%
  • Average5%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
Travellers talk about
Local Weather
Powered by Weather Underground
Salisbury Plain, Salisbury, England
Top Selling Tours & Activities in and around Salisbury
from US$207.60
More Info
from US$63.60
More Info
from US$336.10
More Info
Reviews (35)
Filter reviews
34 results
Traveller rating
Traveller type
Time of year
Show reviews that mention
All reviewssalisbury plainopen to the publicbetween christmas and new yeartea and biscuitsworth a visitinteresting placemilitarychurchhistoryroute
Updating list...
1 - 10 of 34 reviews
Reviewed 3 days ago

We walked from Tilshead out to the National Trust's White Barrow then used the Imber Range path back to Tilshead. Fantastic range of chalk downland paths, lots of butterflies, bees and birds. No man-made noise. Good paths and signage. Lunch at the Rose and Crown...More

Thank Judith H
Reviewed May 23, 2018

The IRPP allows you glimpses of the largest dry grassland habitat in Western Europe, if you go in early May, you may see the first orchids and the drops will be low enough for you to spot some Great Bustard on the fields.

Thank Wessex_Wildlife
Reviewed April 21, 2018

I walked the perimeter path at night when it was very quiet with no military activity discernible so it was very peaceful. Some of the signs didn’t agree with the path on the map which made navigation interesting, as did the complete darkness meaning that...More

Thank wilburii2015
Reviewed April 2, 2018 via mobile

At this time of year, you have to be prepared to get wet and muddy if you want to see the best of Salisbury Plain. If you intend driving on any of the byways then you need to have the right kit and the right...More

Thank Richard F
Reviewed December 29, 2017

Took the family to the village between Christmas and New Year. Visited the church and a gentleman there told me the story of how the village became abandoned, really interesting. The church is the only building you can enter but worth a visit, can get...More

Thank applegate69
Reviewed April 17, 2017

Took my granddaughter and a friend here Easter Sunday ,she loves it here and wants to go each time it's open to the public .we had tea and biscuits in the lovely little church ,I've lived around here 24yrs and 1st time I've been there...More

Thank poole199
Reviewed August 15, 2016

Loved the street signs with depictions of tanks saying tank crossing. Up in the hills we stumbled on this quite by accident and I am so glad we did

2  Thank chickandbeast
Reviewed June 12, 2016

I am lucky to live about 10 minutes drive from the edge of Salisbury Plain and have the daily use of a 4x4 vehicle for my work. Having been involved in land clearance / heathland regenoration projects on the plain I know it very well...More

4  Thank DiggermanNo1
Reviewed March 31, 2016

I visited Imber over Easter The weather was quite foul which all added atmosphere to he place It was very very busy with cars parked everywhere Some of the old building's were still there but obviously no Windows or doors One could see that the...More

1  Thank cornishhmaid
Reviewed March 30, 2016

The remains of tanks and troop carriers bring a chilling shiver. The whole place is wrapped in an aura all its own. A must for people to see, and more than capable of silencing a car full of kids !

1  Thank Alida T
View more reviews
Questions & Answers
Get quick answers from Imber Range Perimeter Path staff and past visitors.
Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page.
Posting guidelines