White Horse Hike

White Horse Hike

A 25 km linear walk along the Ridgeway, an ancient trackway described as Britain’s oldest road.

 

 

The Uffington White Horse Hike is a 25 km linear walk along the Ridgeway, an ancient trackway described as Britain’s oldest road.

As well as being able to see the Uffington White Horse at the end of your hike you will be able to visit:

  • Scutchamer Knob – An early Iron Age round barrow
  • Grim’s Ditch – A ditch created in around 300 BC to mark out territories
  • Segsbury Castle – An Iron Age hill fort
  • The Blowing Stone – Used by King Alfred to rally his Saxon troops
  • Uffington Caste – An early Iron Age hill fort
  • Dragon Hill – Where legend has it St. George slayed the Dragon
  • Wayland’s Smithy – A Neolithic Long Barrow and Chamber

 

Uffington White Horse

 

You can find out more details about the Uffington White Horse by visiting the Wiltshire White Horses Website

Hike Route

The planned route of the White Horse Hike is shown in the map below.

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Questions?

If you have any questions about the Eurocamp18 Hikes or about the event itself then please use our Questions page or contact the Activities Team direct and the organising team will do their best to help.

Please remember though that the team are all volunteers like you so it may take a few days to get an answer to your question(s).

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