Explore historic landscape dominated by the famous stone circle of Stonehenge. Trek for loved ones, and raise money for people affected by dementia.
Trek the stunning chalk downs and woodlands of southern Wiltshire dotted with ancient earth-works and burial mounds, this is an historic landscape dominated by the world-famous stone circle of Stonehenge.
Our route starts to the north of Salisbury, and we walk past the magnificent 13th-century cathedral, home of the tallest spire in the UK. We continue over water-meadows, high ridges and quiet woodland, our paths following medieval trading routes much of the time. At our furthest point we enjoy fabulous views of Stonehenge, before circling south and tackling the undulating chalk ridges and quiet valleys back to Old Sarum.
This is a tough event over the rolling downs and steep valleys that lie between Salisbury and Stonehenge. At 26 miles, it provides a tough but achievable challenge for walkers and a huge sense of achievement!
"Fantastic – brilliant day! One that we as a family will always remember and talk and laugh about." Lynne
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