SATURDAY AFTERNOON HIKE

9th May 2019, 12:33pm | By David | Event Date : 20190615

This event is part of the North Wessex Downs Walking Festival.

A sociable Saturday afternoon hike with Ashley Sandy from Wessex Nordic Walking.  Walking in the stunning Pewsey Downs past the Alton Barnes White Horse, up to the highest point in Wiltshire – Milk Hill – along the Wansdyke and then ascending Knapp Hill for fabulous views across Pewsey Vale. All you need to do is choose whether to take your Nordic walking poles, or not.

Price: £9.00.  Spaces limited – booking essential.  Go to the North Wessex Downs website for detailed information and to book.

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