Exploring the sarsen stream on foot

Father, child and dog walking in Lockeridge Dene

You can explore these two sites on your own or if you prefer you can download the walks below which take you around these unusual landscapes.

Why not pack up your thermos and some sandwiches and spend a day embracing the outdoors and nature?  'There's a good chance that the only company you'll have while you're here are the birds and insects that make it their home, so if you wish for a peaceful day away from the stresses of modern life you'll find it here.

Dogs are welcome as long as they are on a lead and under control as there are often livestock about.

How to get to Lockeridge Dene and Piggledene

For those wanting to visit the sites without following one of the trails above, here is a map showing you the best place to park.

Where to park (PDF / 1.9MB) download

If you'd like to explore some of the other National Trust Wiltshire Landscape sites, then why not take one of the Walking Challenges?

Please note that the Calstone and Cherhill trail (above) features on the Wiltshire Landscape Walking Challenge pack, however should you wish to purchase it as part of a pack of printed walks with a map holder then you can do so below.

A group of walkers resting

The Walking Challenge

If you love the outdoors and love a challenge then why not take a walk in the Wiltshire Landscape? There are two to choose from; The Wiltshire Landscape Walking Challenge, exploring many of the National Trust sites in Wiltshire; and the Stonehenge and Avebury Walking Challenge which takes you all over the two halves of the World Heritage Site.