Walbury Hill - West Woodhay - Inkpen - Combe Gibbet - Walbury Hill

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An inspiring walk, starting from a hill-fort, with huge views from the roof of Berkshire; the route takes in the highest chalk summit in all Britain, with stunning panoramas. There is one fairly stiff climb towards the end!

England - South England - Berkshire - North Wessex Downs


Birds, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Pub, Toilets, Wildlife
12/12/2018 - Nikki Adam

Really lovely walk with easy to follow directions. The hill climb at the end isn't too hard as long as you take it slowly - and you want to stop frequently anyway to take in the superb views. The Crown and Garter did a great couple of pints and good food when we drove back to it after the walk, and we're now planning to do the walk again with friends but starting from the pub car-park instead.

27/05/2018 - Marie Baguena

Does anyone have the postcode of the car park at the starting point please?

18/01/2014 - John Morton

Great walk. Really enjoyed it. I found the directions very accurate. Though a few of the photo's could do with an update, it is still easy to follow. Excellent pint at the Crown and Garter. The final hike up the hill is not for the faint hearted, but if you take it slowly, its fine. The views both north and south from the top of the hill are simply STUNNING. Go on a clear day so you get the best views. Certainly in the South-East of England, there aren't many better views.

15/04/2009 - Walkingworld Administrator

This walk was updated in April 2009.

01/05/2006 - Stephen Harris

Great little walk. Directions could do with a little updating but with care it's easy to get round. The hill scramble at the end was great fun and not too bad at all. Very enjoyable.