Exploring the Stonehenge Landscape on foot

Two people walking along a track

There are a number of walks below that you can download for free to help you explore the Stonehenge Landscape. The walks are designed to give you an insight into the scale of the ceremonial landscape you are visiting.

So, why not pack up your thermos and some sandwiches and spend a day embracing the outdoors and nature?  You'll be rewarded with breath-taking views, peace and tranquility and you'll be walking in the footsteps of our ancestors.

Please note: If you are planning to bring your dog, please read through the information at the bottom of this page as there are restrictions on where you can take them in this landscape.  The last walk on the list below is a dog-friendly walk (Stonehenge Landscape, Winterbourne Stoke barrows).

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 trails above feature on the Stonehenge and Avebury Walking Challenge packs,  but should you wish to purchase them as a pack of printed walks with a map holder then you can do so below.

Visitors on King Barrow Ridge, Stonehenge Landscape

Have you taken the Walking Challenge? 

If you love getting outdoors, nature and wildlife, history and archaeology, then why not find out about the two walking challenges we offer? These will take you all over the Wiltshire Landscape sites and the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site. Note: Please remember to stay local and follow government guidelines.