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Pewsey Downsaround

Sun 28th Apr 2024

Walk Details:

Event Type
Challenge Event
Region / Area
Southern England / Wiltshire
Local Group
Distance / Time Limit
35, 26, 15 or 10ml. all to finish by 20:00
Start Time
Start from 07.30 for slower walkers Runners must leave after 09.00 to allow the checkpoints to open
Starting at the Pewsey Scout Hut SN9 5ES

This circular walk on footpaths & bridleways has beautiful views over the Vale of Pewsey & Marlborough Downs. The route visits many sites of archaeological interest, including Avebury Stone Circle, Windmill Hill, & passes close to the Stone Avenue, Silbury Hill, the Sanctuary & the Long Barrow. It also takes in the Giant's Grave, Wansdyke, Morgan's Hill, Cherhill, Tan Hill.

General Notes
Entry via SI Entries ( More information on the main Wiltshire LDWA Group website: Registration will remain open as long as entrants can reasonably reach checkpoint 1 before it closes, & entrants may be held at a checkpoint until it opens. Checkpoint distances & opening times are given in the route description.
Start and Finish

Entry Details:

35, 26 & 17 miles - £15 LDWA members (£20 non-members) 10 miles - £10 LDWA members (£12 non-members)


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