Pepperbox Hill

Important notice -

Our car park is open. We have limited spaces, so if the car park is full please come back another time.

Chalk ridge landmark with far-reaching views and rich natural heritage

The folly on Pepperbox Hill with grass and bare trees

What's special about Pepperbox Hill?

Pepperbox Hill is looked after by the National Trust for its diverse habitat which supports a range of insects and plants, including juniper.

Fresh green leaves, trees in scrub and grassland

Exploring Pepperbox Hill on foot 

There's only one way to appreciate Pepperbox Hill and that's by foot. You can explore by finding your own way, or if you prefer you can follow a set route taking you through some of the loveliest parts of the surrounding landscape.

Pepperbox Hill

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Avebury stone circle in winter sunshine

Exploring Wiltshire's National Trust Landscapes 

Find out more about the countryside sites that the Wiltshire Landscape National Trust team look after. With twelve sites in total, as well as some smaller associated sites, there are may beautiful places to explore.

Pepperbox Hill

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Flower meadow

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