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Since we didn't know about the folly of white horse art in the UK, it was a treat to learn about these treasures dotted around the countryside. On our Mad Max Tour, which drove from Avebury to Lacock, our guide stopped and visited a little...More
A beautiful walk which can be approached from several different directions depending upon how many miles you’d like to walk. Stunning views over the Marlborough downs can be had from the Iron age hill fort at the top. The Lansdown monument along with the Cherill...More
Wiltshire has many white horses and the aspect and size of this one definitely makes it worth a visit. Do your research and find all of Wiltshire’s white horses I think there is 7 and plan your tour to see all in a day which...More
Lived nearby in my youth. I have fond memories and they return whenever I have the opportunity to visit. I can take a picnic with friends and family or a solitary hike across to the White Horse and Monument. A very pleasant way of spending...More
While the path gets steep in places, persevere and you will be rewarded! The Wiltshire countryside is beautiful and you have such an amazing view at the top. I particularly love it here early summer when all the wild flowers are in bloom. Have a...More
It’s a lovely place to visit and walk around, however I remember it before the horrible “wall” was put around the monument. There is a petition going around to remove it so hopefully the hill will return to how it used to look!
Had a lovely walk up to the white horse and the monument, with stunning views. We weren’t sure though where to park. We couldn’t find any suitable paths to walk on from the village all the way up to the horse, however we had not...More
The vews from the monument are wonderful and worth the climb .The path up can be muddy and therefore slippery after rain .Several choices however to ascend and descend.making it quite an adventure.Sadly the monument is in need of repair and as such a historically...More