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Bring a coat because its windy, it doesn't matter what time of year - its windy!
I've been coming here since a young child with great memories. Now my own child is building memories here too.
This was the first walk we took our beloved...More
I walked up to Roundswell Hill as I have read about the battle and the Parliamentarians fleeing and falling over the edge where 600 died. Imagine my confusion when reading the information board at the top to be told it was the Royalists that fell!!!...More
Roundway down is best approached from below walking up between the strange furrowed Hillside. It is less well known than nearby Westbury white horse but no less fascinating for its sense of History.a great place for a country walk with the dog or a summer...More
The views are spectacular across Wiltshire from Oliver’s Castle. Tie a visit to here by exploring the battle site of Roundway Down where Royalist forces beat a larger Parlimentarian force decisively. It’s a good walking area over open grasslands and forest. Dog friendly and plenty...More
I was here on a training exercise over the weekend. Only live about 25 minutes from this location but have never visited until now. Quite tricky to find. Your navigation skills will be tested. Best bring an OS map to find your way from the...More
This just is a beautiful area to walk around and with a clear day you will surprised how far you can see out into the Wiltshire countryside. I often walk here and always find something to amaze me. The rolling hills are wonderful to see....More
If you are riding your bike along the canal at Devises an absolute must is to pedal to the village of Roundway and from there up the steep hill to the top of the downs. Riding along the byway the white stony road it gave...More