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Nice walk, though very muddy (January). Don’t underestimate the slopes. The part of the walk after the clapper bridge is quite a steep uphill climb. Also, if you have a dog that likes exploring, be aware that there is a lot of poorly maintained barbed wire fencing defining the path line. Left our dog on a lead for much of the walk because of this.

wandern
5 days ago

So cool!

Following Harrys shorter walk in the review I took short cuts too as wanted an hour or 2 walk maximum. I parked in the lay by opposite the windmill, went and looked around the mill. Then walked down the road and hill into the village. The turning to go off along the lake and canal is a bit hidden after the pub opposite the pond. Beautiful area, some pigs, horses and a donkey on our route.

wandern
schlammig
6 days ago

Fantastic walk to blow sway the cobwebs. I parked by the pub but if you go further down the track there is parking for about 4-5 cars, there were only two there today mid Saturday morning so it doesn’t look like it gets too busy, we only passed a handful of people throughout the walk. Lovely walk, hilly in parts which can be muddy. The bridal path is well used, a couple of riders passed us going up. It also looks like some kind of a tractor goes up there regularly as the path is a little churned up so I’d suggest boots / wellies. I was fine with my walking boots. Near the top it’s fairly exposed and windy but the views are brilliant. You also walk through a gated field of sheep which is where I discovered my pup likes to eat sheep poo so an interesting five minutes shall we say, glad I had her short lead with me. The wood is beautiful with what looks like several paths leading off from the main route but I couldn’t see these on the map. The road is well maintained in most parts, I’d say about 5 cars passed us in total, most appeared to be dog walkers going to parking up their car, plenty of space to get onto the verges to let them past. A lovely walk, id’d highly recommended, though I’d be cautious after heavy rain and be prepared.

wandern
13 days ago

Lovely walk, the part through Bowood itself was obviously much more picturesque than the other half but still a pleasant walk all round. Mostly flat and it had a variety of terrain that kept small people interested!

wandern
13 days ago

Great walk. Lovely views and a beautiful area to explore. Quite muddy in places given all the rain we’ve had! Yes it does have a length on the road but it wasn’t busy and does a nice view :)

we had an issue with navigation. which ment we took the long way

Beautiful route which is nice and dog friendly. Is at it's best on a clear day to get the views.

Made our own little shortcut which more or less halves the route but it was great. Will try the full walk one day when the puppy can manage 8km

So beautiful! Picture perfect Castle Combe!

on Lacock Circular

wandern
19 days ago

First 3km is on a busy road with no pacement! Good walk otherwise

wandern
19 days ago

Only 3 stars seems a bit harsh but then what do you give an an absolute gem and what do you reserve for your best ever walks? This very easy walk on well made tracks was simple and straightforward (you could use a robust baby-buggy or mobility scooter). Lovely views over the Plain once you get ‘on top’. You can easily extend the walk if needs be and be slightly more adventurous. We walked on 23 Dec 19. We were first time users of the App and found it very easy.

Mountainbiking
schlammig
21 days ago

gehen
schlammig
überflutet
überwachsen
1 month ago

Walked the entire Thames Path from sea to source, tacking on the new 10-mile extension from Darrent Flood Barrier at the beginning. I camped and stayed in two hostels. Took 14 days at 10 to 20 miles a day with a 18kg backpack. I highly recommend doing it this way round, but skipping the extension. The extension is poorly signed with almost nothing to see. The official start of the National Trail Thames Path at the Greenwich Barrier and onwards through London is subject to poor signing and ever-changing temporary diversions and illegal dead-ends (often unsignposted) and you're subject to the busy London streets and navigating hordes of tourists. Heading west across England is quieter and more picturesque. But beware of cows! And be aware that the section from Oxford to the source is not guaranteed as passable between the months of October and April, due to flooding.

wandern
abseits des Weges
überflutet
1 month ago

Date of walk: 23rd November 19 Great walk. Apart one section as you come into West Kennet. Stick to the walking footpath rather than the trail as it leads to locked gates. One section where the river/stream had burst its Bank. Its was no problem for us to get through, you just have to commit to ankle deep water for a couple of seconds

wandern
schlammig
2 months ago

Great easy walk especially in late afternoon/evening when the light hits everything just right! definitely wear shoes/boots you don't mind getting muddy as the trail is very muddy in some areas!

Lovely walk. Definitely need wellies at this time of year

wandern
schlammig
2 months ago

wandern
schlammig
2 months ago

A lovely walk today, very peaceful, only the birds to listen to and barely a sole on the paths. We managed to see several deer despite having a bouncy puppy in tow. I’d highly recommend walking boots or wellies if you go after it has been raining. I couldn’t see much parking though we were lucky to get a spot and someone else was waiting for our spot as we were leaving.

wandern
käfer
schlammig
überwachsen
2 months ago

Good walk and can be made longer by following the byways.

a few wet parts at this time of year. make sure you've got your wellies. lovely walk.

wandern
2 months ago

Obviously got lost lol but really pleasant walk. Nice views and scenery.

Nice route, we did it back a while ago.

A lovely hike which is perfect for a summers day. I recommend only doing this hike during the summer as the king alfreds tower is only open then, and it’s certainly worth seeing!!

wandern
3 months ago

We didn’t manage all of this as we were walking with the little pup but a lovely little walk, all well paved and maintained

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