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Salisbury

'We organise three major events which attract walkers from all over the country. The Stonehenge Stomp and Woodhenge Womble weekend is firmly established in the walking calendar as being on ...
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'The Avon Valley is a very special place; it has a greater range of habitats and a wider variety of flora and fauna than any other chalk river in Britain. The broad flood plain of the lower valley ...
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'The Clarendon Way crosses the Test Valley between Kings Somborne and Houghton. It starts beside the waters of the Itchen in the heart of Winchester and ends near the Avon at Salisbury Cathedral. I ...
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'You can enjoy the impressive Wiltshire countryside while exploring the ancient history that has shaped it. Both Stonehenge and Avebury offer far more than their stone circles. They encompass unriv ...
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'People from all over the world come to Lower Bemerton to see St. Andrew's, the little church opposite the Old Rectory where Herbert lived. Its Visitors' Book is filled with the names of those who ...
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The Mid-Wilts Way (Ex-Libris Press) is 'a guide to the 55-mile waymarked trail across Wiltshire from Wootton Rivers on the Kennet & Avon Canal in the east to Mere in the south-west. Ta ...
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'An ocean of grassland and a sweep of big sky. Ancient monuments loom out of the mist; camouflaged soldiers crouch in the undergrowth. Salisbury Plain is a landscape of extremes. It is the ...
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'Several walks have been set up by club members as Permanent Trails which may be walked at any time and attract IVV [International Federation of Popular Sports] stamps ... Walkers who do not partic ...
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The route is 'the best guess of the route (clockwise) based on surviving waymarks'.


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The Royal Oak - Swallowcliffe  'We have four Royal Oak walks, starting from and finishing at the pub, varying in length from 20 minutes to one and a half hours, each taking in stunning sce ...
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