The Wiltshire Landscape walking challenge

Embrace health, the outdoors and fresh air in beautiful locations all over the county, while having a chance to win a competition and raise funds for these special places - all at the same time.

The Wiltshire Landscape walking challenge consists of a series of twelve walks which take you to all of the National Trust sites cared for by the Wiltshire Landscape team.

You'll get to visit some wonderful places, including Figsbury Ring, White Barrow, Dinton Park, Windmill Hill at Avebury, Cley Hill, The Coombes at Hinton Parva, Stonehenge Landscape, Piggledene, Sutton Lane Meadows, Calstone and Cherhill Down, Lockeridge Dene and Pepperbox Hill (scroll through the images above or go to to see these special places).

The walks range between approx 4 and 10 miles each and follow national footpaths, public rights of way, bridleways, byways, and are all partially, but not completely, on National Trust land.

All those completing the challenge before 31 December 2019 can enter a prize draw, the lucky winner will receive a £300 Cotswold Outdoor voucher.  To enter, participants must purchase a Wiltshire Landscape Walking Challenge pack and take a 'selfie' of themselves on each walk to prove that they have completed it.  (Note: when you book through the website it gives various dates - this is a glitch in the system - please ignore it, the end date is 31/12/2019 and you have from the date you book until then to complete the challenge).

The walking challenge packs cost £12 and you'll receive twelve printed walks, a handy map holder and instructions on how to enter the competion, as well as a voucher for a free hot drink at Avebury.  Click here to sign up now.

There's also an opportunity to challenge yourself even further and help raise funds to look after these special spaces by seeking sponsorship for your walks via JustGiving. There is no obligation to do this but if you would like to then click here Raising sponsorship (PDF / 0.3MB) download for information. Should you have any queries on this please email

We hope that you enjoy the walking challenge.

Please note:

As parts of these routes follow land that is not owned and maintained by the National Trust, we cannot guarantee that they will be as well maintained as we would hope.  All the walks were tested and were good condition in the winter and spring of 2018 and we will continue to monitor them; should you encounter any problems please let us know via

Dogs are welcome on ALL the walks, as long as they are kept on a lead, under control and on the route indicated on the map.  (The Stonehenge Landscape walk states that dogs are not allowed - however although they are banned in some areas of the landscape, they ARE allowed on this particular walk).