14 July, 2020All Day
Distance 11 Miles
This is a magnificent walk on the high chalk downland between Hungerford and Swindon. Its start point is a very pretty village with its pub and village green. The walk follows the ridge up to the impressive Liddington Castle which was one of the earliest Iron Age hill forts in Britain, with first occupation dating to the seventh century BC! We then follow a fine route along a west facing escarpment partly parallel to, and then on, the Ridgeway before heading east back to the village.