Lockeridge Woodland Walk

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This is a superb walk, most of it in extensive and thickly populated woodland that is a joy to wander through and take in its peace and tranquillity. Lockeridge Dene is a National Trust area where there are ancient sarsen boulders, formed on the chalk over thirty million years ago, but broken up and changed by the Ice Age. The locals referred to them as Grey Wethers because of their resemblance to sheep.

England - South England - Wiltshire - Woodland or Forest


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, National Trust, Play Area, Pub, Restaurant, Wildlife, Woodland
7/19/2020 - Sharon Marshman

Walked on 19/7/2020. Very muddy but enjoyable

9/28/2015 - victoria fox

Completed this walk 27/09/2015 in great weather, there were some really muddy sections that you simply could not avoid. We did go wrong at 9. as it states turn left in the directions which we did and we never came across a gate or a green lane, it looks like we should of turned right on the map. We were lucky to find a couple of bikers who helped point us in the right direction back to Lockeridge.

10/21/2012 - andy guttridge

Did this walk on 21/10/12. Very muddy in many areas. Met lots of friendly dogs. Will do this walk again in the summer.