Hullavington - Corston - Norton - Hullavington

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Hullavington is a quiet village in North Wiltshire, just outside the Cotswolds, but it still has the look of a typical Cotswold village. The walk is mostly flat, heading across fields to Corston, which has a 400-year-old village inn, where it is worth stopping for a drink or something to eat. From Corston, the walk follows a long private drive and good tracks, passing through the grounds of some large country houses along the way, then returns via the small hamlet of Norton.

England - South England - Wiltshire - Countryside


Church, Mostly Flat, Pub, Public Transport
7/29/2021 - Paul and Tracy Dawson

What with footpaths not being walked the last 18 months (Covid), and time of year with rain then lots of sunshine made this walk impossible in many places! Nettles and brambles have overgrown stiles and gates, in and out of the many fields and farmers not keeping footpaths clear of very hard to walk through crops! The second railway bridge we had to go under was the worst! and we thought the first was bad enough!! but we couldn't turn back. Not the walk originators fault but maybe not a walk to be done during summer months. Took us just short of 5 hours!!

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