Badbury Hill

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The Great Barn © Nigel Brown
St Giles, Great Coxwell © Michael Ford
Brimstone Farm © Andrew Smith

This circular walk starts at Badbury Hill – known locally as Badbury Clump – the site of an Iron Age fort and renowned for bluebells in the Spring. Passing close to the Great Barn at Great Coxwell, the walk is through open countryside and woodland, with views over the Vale of the White Horse. It is a moderately difficult walk with some uphill paths. There is ample parking in the National Trust car park at Badbury Hill. No refreshments en-route.

Calories

Assuming a constant pace and no stops, typically it will take 2 hours 6 minutes to walk the distance and along the way 561 calories will be burnt.

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