Guide to Wiltshire Pub Walks

Discover the beauty of the Wiltshire countryside with this guide to some of the best walks in the area. There are 20 circular routes here, varying in length from 21/2 to 61/2 miles, all of which take in welcoming pubs renowned for their excellent food. Explore some of Britain's most famous prehistoric remains such as the vast stone circles at Stonehenge and Avebury; West Kennett with its famed long barrow; and above Bratton and Westbury a white horse gleaming on the chalk hillside.

There are also many stunning villages and towns to enjoy, such as Castle Combe and Bradford on Avon, all carved from the glorious local bedrock. Add the great landed estates at Longleat and Stourhead, as well as the upper reaches of the Thames at Cricklade and the glorious hanging valleys on Cranborne Chase and you have as delightful a series of landscapes as you could wish to experience.
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