Corsham Court to Lacock Abbey and Back

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The walk includes a country park of an estate, one of the twee villages which must appear in costume dramas, an abbey, a court, country lanes, fields, a stream, ponies, lambs (well, in spring) - all the classic ingredients of the English countryside.

Please note:

you cross two busy roads and an unguarded railway line on this walk.

England - South England - Wiltshire - Countryside

11/8/2020 - Dennis Johnson

Don't think I've ever done a walk with so many stiles but a pleasant walk it was . It can get very boggy at time particularly on the home straight from Lacock to Corsham. Directions are all pretty good but at point 5 make sure you follow the left hand wall (next to the Farm ) as if you follow the right hand side you are in danger of being directed into the wrong field.

8/25/2013 - KAY SWIFT

Very pleasant easy walk as barely any climbs! The most interesting point was Lacock village halfway through the walk. Also Corsham Park at the start and finish is a fine Country Park. Instructions very good (we went wrong at one point - our fault - did not read properly). Point 12 - this field very boggy -can be avoided if you spot it first !!

7/10/2011 - Matthew Drew

We did this walk in June; in the summer parts of the walk are overgrown but do not let this deter you; it is a beautiful walk offering stunning views. Dog owners: there are many stiles on this walk, most of which are not passable by dogs so you would have to carry them over.

7/5/2011 - Walkingworld Administrator

Our thanks to Charlie Bolton for his full update of this walk.

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