A six kilometre walk starting at Knap Hill on the northern edge of the Vale of Pewsey to view the Neolithic causewayed enclosure with its distinctive segmented ditches, – originally excavated by the Cunningtons in 1908-1909. Then taking a circular route to encompass Adam’s Grave long barrow of Cotswold-Severn type, the white horse and the medieval enclosure and on to Wansdyke and finally returning to Knap Hill car park. Breathtaking views across the Vale of Pewsey onto Salisbury Plain.
Assuming good weather we recommend you bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the views.
Meeting point: the car park below Knap Hill at SU116 638 (nearest post code is SN8 4JX but be careful as this does not take you to the car park).
See ‘Bookings’ instructions below for details on how to book this event.