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Visit this ancient hill fort and the surrounding country park in England's scenic North Wessex Downs area, and retrace journeys along paths used for thousands of years and visit the Barrows, ancient burial sites of Wiltshire.
The signage for the car park was not clear and we initially went down a farm track.
There was ample car parking. The site had picnic tables and litter bins. Unfortunately the toilets were out of order when we were there because of a water...More
Wanted to go for a walk and found this place, it’s a hill fort not a castle but such a beautiful place.
The views are stunning from any angle
Takes a while to walk round the whole thing but it’s worth it.
Lots of sheep...More
Lovely place to walk and enjoy the scenery. Took my 2 dogs and did keep them on the lead - although any sheep were in neighbouring fields. Lots of sheep droppings to avoid and some quite steep hills to climb but worth it for the...More
We took our dog for a walk here on a foggy day. The cloud was at the height of the hill so visibility was low. This meant that we couldn’t see which fields had sheep in so we couldn’t let the dog off the lead....More
Stunning views and incredible walks. This is a great example of fantastic Wiltshire countryside. There are stunning views and also great routes along the Ridgeway that can take you to Hackpen and beyond towards Avebury. Great for walks on a summer evening.
We took our labrador here for a run around knowing that there are a couple of options if the fields have sheep in them. There were quite a lot of people about so it was easy to ask those coming back from the castle whether...More
The weather was breathtaking and the views stunning as we walked east from the castle car park. The Ridgeway walk was lovely with wide open countryside to take in looking north. There a large car park, picnic area, loos and occasionally an ice cream van...More