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Reviewed 22 March 2018

Walking along the ridge from Adam's Grave Long Barrow, i managed to get a close up view of the Alton Barnes White Horse - one of the areas lesser known and smaller white horses. Starting to green over a little - especially in contrast to...More

Thank 923Dan
Reviewed 10 July 2017

My wife and I saw the Alton Barnes White Horse on 4/2/17 when driving towards Avebury. We were interested to see this site before, and I will be honest accidently just stumbled upon it off the roadside. When we saw the horse, it was very...More

Thank Christopher D
Reviewed 29 May 2017

I had walked from Avebury on my way to Adam's Grave. I passed it on the way. Very good in that you could get very close to it and also see it from a distance further along the path.

Thank Dolemite600
Reviewed 30 May 2016

This was the view from our Gypsy caravan. We have seen most of the white horses on the downs but this for us is the best.

Thank jayrobbo2014
Reviewed 23 June 2015

This is the most realistic of the White Horses. It stands in Pewsey Downs Natural Nature Reserve. Although you can see it from the main road if you wish to go nearer you have to take the road frojm Alton Priors to Lockeridge and Marlborough,...More

Thank perle369
Reviewed 5 May 2015

From the Alton Barnes saxon church we walked along a path and then up to the horse. Wonderful views all the way. A bit further than we thought (hills are deceptive) and had to negotiate a barbed wire fence and muddy field to get back...More

Thank mackalack
Reviewed 27 October 2014

Leave the roadside car park and walk across the road to a marked path. The views from the hill as you approach the White horse are stunning. The path can be followed to end up at Knapp hill which is located just above the car...More

1  Thank Kirky99
Reviewed 4 October 2013

this is a beautiful area. there is a car park at the top of the hill but which ever way you walk to see the horse its quite a stomp. although worth it. there are no signs to it but there are some old maps...More

Thank faedensmummy
Reviewed 1 October 2013 via mobile

beautiful area, the highest in wiltshire, almost looked like the Yorkshire dales when we visited because of the fog. its worth visiting., we went with a pram and got to the top of the hill., hard work but worth it. only problem is its terribly...More

Thank tizzwaz
Reviewed 3 June 2013

The Alton Barnes horse sits in one of the highest locations in the county, occupying a gully between Milk Hill and Walkers Hill, above the hamlet facing south and is clearly visible from the unclassified road that runs from Horton to Alton Barnes. Precise grid...More

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