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All reviews national trust steep climb lovely walk wiltshire countryside hill fort spectacular views wild flowers circular walk early summer lay bys covered in scaffolding parking area worth a visit easy walk lovely place to visit chalk path
We walked here from Compton Bassett where we were staying and it was fantastic. Up close the horse is a tad grey and the monument not so impressive as it is from a distance but wow, the view from there over Wiltshire is stunning.
Part of the Complex overlooking Cherhill consisting of the Oldbury Castle, and Oldbury White horse, a small climb is needed to the top, but once up there a relatively easy walk along the ridge at the top.
Popular year round, whether it’s sunny or snowy....More
Weather dependent, the footpaths can be used for a casual walk, walking the dogs or mountain biking. Various paths lead away from the ‘peak’ so you could be out for an hour or several if you so wished.
I was very excited when I learned there were several white horses not far from where we were travelling this day as I've been keen to see one. Luckily we were using a GPS as there was no road signage for the Cherhill horse, which...More
The National Trust maintains the Cherhill White Horse and obelisk monument. It's located in a particularly pastoral area that makes for undistracted vistas and a highly personal overall experience. Of the multiple such horses in the area (some quite old with others more contemporary), Cherhill...More
Parked in one of the lay-bys on the A4 and took the dog for a quite steep walk to the top. A strong pair of boots would be advised.
Views are truly stunning out in all directions - luckily I chose clear day.
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