There are great view points to discover, wildlife to spot, wild flowers in abundance across Wiltshire this summer. Why not try one of these walk to see what you encounter?
Enjoy a walk along the 18th-century terrace ride created by Henry Hoare II, with spectacular views down Six Wells Valley on the way to King Alfred’s Tower.
Let us lead you through seductive countryside to the charming Bide Brook and surrounding fields.
Views of the glorious hills behind the village and a shady path on the way back down, make it the perfect walk for a summer's day.
Explore the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site - challenge yourself, embrace health and feed your curiosity on these 8 self led walks.
On this walk discover the landscape in its full glory from the Bronze Age barrows to the First World War military railway track, as well as its diverse wildlife and plants.
A walk to the top of Cherhill Down will reward you with wonderful views and the chance to explore Oldbury Castle hill fort which, during the summer, is covered in wildflowers.
Explore a tranquil, historic parkland on this gentle walk secluded within the Nadder Valley. You’ll uncover a grand neo-Classical house, an ornamental lake and plenty of wildlife.
Summer is a wonderful time of year to be outside in the fresh air, taking in the sights and smells of flowers in bloom, warmer temperatures and longer days.
For a little extra fun, there are a host of different activities around Wiltshire - here's just a couple of suggestions.
If you want to have a picnic in the open air, skylarks overhead, under the shelter of tall oaks or looking over wide views, here's a few ideas.