The Ridgeway National Trail
The Ridgeway National Trail
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4,0 av 5 boblermai 2014
Vi gikk Avebury til Streatley-Goring . Ingen tvil om at utsiktene er vakkert og byer langs veien er interessant, men et høydepunkt på en spasertur på Ridgeway må være Stones Avebury flotte steinformasjoner som dverg Stonehenge. Vi leide Ridgeway vandringer (www.Ridgewaywalks.com) å arrangere vår overnatting underveis og til å levere bagasjen vår til vår neste overnatting. Eieren av Ridgeway turer er Matt Gleave, en arkeolog og outdoorsman med et intimt kjennskap til steinformasjoner og andre før den har i området. Det er én ting til å beundre steiner og lure på hvordan de kom dit. Matt kan fortelle deg om de mange teorier om hvordan de kom dit og hvorfor de ble plassert der. Han kan gi deg sine egne veloverveide teorier. Han kan fortelle deg som la tavlene der, og hva deres verktøy var. Han kan vise deg lokale gravplassen "barrows" som du ikke får se i guiden bøker. Han kan vise deg hvordan du bruker føflekker for å finne frem artefakter. Hvis du kommer til å gå hele veien til Avebury for å se store stener, bruk litt mer for å få mest mulig ut av opplevelsen. Jeg er ikke shilling for Matt. Jeg har aldri møtt ham før jeg ankom i Avebury. Så langt som det går selv, vi gikk i mai og fikk regnet på nesten hver dag. Regnet slått mange deler av spor til en hengemyren som enkelte steder prøvde å suge opp på beina. Den Ridgeway ville ha vært en bedre opplevelse i bedre vær. Hvordan kan du være sikker på at?

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Louise Head
Swindon, UK9 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2022 • Familie
The walk to see Wayland Smithy is so worth it . It is a beautiful place so atmospheric . The walk up too White Horse hill is a lovely walk throughly recommend it.
Skrevet 23. april 2022
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Yorks-Rick-and-Sue
York, UK306 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2021
We walked from Avebury to Ivinghoe Beacon in 8 days at the end of June. We enjoyed the varied scenery, the plentiful wildlife and the many archaeological sites. This was one of the best signposted national trails which we have seen. The Western and Eastern halves are quite different. In the West there are spectacular long distance views, when the hedges clear, but some long stretches walking along tracks between thick hedgerows. Some of the tracks are quite rutted but the local authorities are working to address this. The Eastern section is more varied. The occasional vistas are still there, like the astounding views from Coombe Hill, but there is more woodland, villages and a stretch along the banks of the Thames. We stayed in a variety of Inns and B&Bs which were mainly of a high standard. Our overnight luggage was transported by Move My Bags, who were excellent. One word of warning - we were several times hit by swarms of biting horse flies. This probably relates to the time of year and weather but they were particularly bad between Avebury and Overton Hill and in the stretch North of Goring. Over a most enjoyable holiday, which we would recommend.
Skrevet 14. juli 2021
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Susannah P
Tiverton, UK2 283 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2021 • Venner
Great hike, amazing wildlife, flower and forna.

Walked part of the Ridgeway with friends and enjoyed every step of the way
Skrevet 22. mai 2021
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ScotinEngland
St Anne, UK2 080 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2020 • Venner
Very breezy but superb views northwards over Swindon and the north. The downs east of Barbury Castle are flat and rolling and great for a brisk walk.🚶 Give it a go.
Skrevet 14. desember 2020
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Enkanear
Seattle, WA17 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
sep. 2019 • Alene
A delightful autumn walk on the Ridgeway National Trail

I walked the entire Ridgeway National Trail in England from Overton Hill near Avebury to Ivinghoe Beacon near Tring (87 miles, 140 km) over 7 ½ days in the autumn of 2019. I carried a 20 lb pack, wore MerrelI low-cut hiking boots, used one walking stick (mostly to fend off dogs), and carried the map pages from the Trailblazer guide. I was lucky, the weather was especially nice with only a couple of hours of rain. Overall, the Ridgeway is a great walk, especially the sections along the River Thames and Grim’s Ditch. The only negative is that motorcycles and automobiles are allowed on some sections of the western half of the Ridgeway, making for clouds of dust. The most helpful thing I can do for readers planning this long-distance walk is to recommend places to stay. The night before I started the walk, I stayed at Dorwyn B&B just outside Avebury. One of the best B&Bs I have experienced. Very well-run and the nice family gave me a ride to Overton Hill in the morning. After 16 km, I stayed at the Inn with a Well (really does have an ancient well under glass in the lobby) in Osbourne St. George. Good food, nice hosts, but right next to the busy A346. Another 14 km and I arrived at an exemplary B&B/hotel, the Royal Oak in Bishopston. The room in a new building was very comfortable, and the food (especially the pork) from their own farm was great. A nice walk of 16 km and I’m at the Greyhound Inn at Letcombe Regis. A bit of a long steep trek down off the ridge from Segsbury Camp into LR, but the reward is another friendly B&B/hotel. Great service, real ale and food, with offers of rides to and from the property by Christina. I met friends there and, thankfully, the next morning we drove up to the Ridgeway and walked together for a couple of hours. This was a full day of walking 24 km to the Streatley YHA property. Horizontal rain during the last hour got me soaked, so I took refuge at a golf course club house, where a gentleman bought me a beer. The hostel is basic, inexpensive, clean and close to the shops of Goring-on-Thames. A wonderful, level, scenic walk of another 24 km brought me to Watlington. My choice of an Airbnb unit here was not satisfactory, so you are on your own. This disappointment was more than made up for after an 18 km walk to the Ridgeway Lodge right on the trail and just shy of Princes Risborough. This is a fabulous property with great rooms (ask for the upstairs room), views, and a comfortable, separate high-tech common space for guests which includes cooking facilities. The incredibly hospitable hosts that provided tea and cake upon arrival and a full English breakfast are also willing to drive you to the M&S shop in PR for dinner supplies. I can’t praise the Ridgeway Lodge enough. I want to stay there again as soon as I can. Now, here is how you set up the final and steepest day without a pack using a two-night stay. From PR I walked 20 km to Wiggington, was picked up by my nice Airbnb hosts (‘Aldbury room with a view’), driven to the local M&S for supplies, enjoyed a clean quiet room and nice breakfast, was driven back to Wiggington in the morning without pack, and finished the last somewhat challenging 10 km atop Ivinghoe Beacon. I walked back to Tring station and was picked up again by my helpful hosts. I then enjoyed a jovial dinner with them, another fine breakfast, and was driven back to Tring station for a mid-morning train to London. This walk was done in style, thanks to the gracious English people! What a great adventure. Highly recommended. This is my 8th long-distance walk in Europe. I’m 71 years old. If I can do it, you can do it.
Skrevet 28. desember 2019
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Thank you for taking the time to share your Ridgeway experience over the summer, we love to hear from our walkers. Your detailed feedback on the accommodation (and what a range), is very helpful as we are constantly asked for information that best fits with individual needs and requirements. We will certainly share that with future walkers. With thanks and best wishes Mary
Skrevet 5. januar 2020
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Hobby
Liverpool, UK1 530 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2019
I spent 3 days walking from just west of Wantage through to Ivinghoe Beacon, (64 miles) staying at Goring and Chinnor. Below are some thoughts and possible helpful hints
Positives;
1. well sign posted other than at 1 specific section - see 4 below
2. usually a good path underfoot
3. it is an easy walk with no steep hills
4. 20 miles a day was relatively easy at a steady pace
5. I used Davison's whose map was easy to follow (other than 4 below)
6. the path through the Chilterns and along the Thames are beautiful esp the section from Chinnor to P. Risborough.
Negatives;
1. the path over the Downs is wide, rutted, with bikes and cars on some sections travelling at speed which does not make for a relaxing walk.
2. there are lots of dogs not on leads on the Down sections and I had 2 episodes of dogs snapping at me with their owners a good way off. Keep your walking poles handy!
3. sadly I found the 20 miles of the Downs section boring after a couple of hours walking, nice views but not relaxing walking - too many dogs, cyclists and cars going too fast.
4. I missed the 90 degree turn that the Ridgeway Path takes near East Isley as there was a large van parked in front of the finger post sign and on p24 of Davison's booklet it is on the turn of the page.
5. the main route text in Davison is not always easy to follow as there are so many side routes explained and it is not obvious which text refers to which section.

Overall I did enjoy my trip esp the Eastern part from Goring just disappointed by the section on the Downs.
Skrevet 9. august 2019
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Thanks for your feedback about The Ridgeway. Great to hear you found the Trail well signed and scenic through the Chilterns. We are sorry your experience was marred by poor surfaces and vehicles in the North Wessex Downs stretch (Goring to Avebury). There are only a few places where the public are legally allowed to drive vehicles on the Trail and illegal off-roading is reported to the police, with help from the public who spot them (see https://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/ridgeway/news/driving-ridgeway-and-what-do-if-you-see-illegal-activity). We are currently working to improve how we manage vehicles on the Trail and making signage clear for drivers. We are always fundraising to carry out surface repairs and our priority project currently is a big project with Wiltshire Council to repair the rutted surface in the World Heritage Site near Avebury. The Friends of the Ridgeway charity is collecting donations towards the World Heritage Site project - https://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/ridgeway/news/show-you-care-ridgeway. On the topic of dog walkers, the Trail is a great place for dogs and this means the Trail suffers problems that other popular places do. On social media and in our newsletter, we encourage responsible dog ownership such as not leaving dog mess on the track and controlling dogs near livestock – your point is new to us so thanks for flagging it up and we will incorporate the point into our future messages.
Skrevet 5. september 2019
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FattyLondon
Amersham, UK135 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2019 • Par
My husband and I went on the Ridgeway trail, carrying our backpacks. The walk itself was not too bad. Our love of walking led us to try this trail. My only complaint was that there was not many places to sit on a 16-20 miles long walks, except on the floor which was a pain as it was raining.
Skrevet 22. juni 2019
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Thanks for your feedback and glad you enjoyed the Trail! Your feedback about benches is very valid, lots of people tell us they would like more benches. We have now made it possible for the public to donate towards new benches in specific locations along the Trail – see here: https://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/ridgeway/news/show-you-care-ridgeway In locations that are particularly popular or significant, such as near Uffington White Horse or on National Trust properties, we plan to install sculptural benches to reflect the stories associated with the place (this increases the amount we need to fundraise but we think art and history is worth the extra cost).
Skrevet 5. september 2019
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appyemma
Exeter, UK4 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2019
Myself and a friend rode the full length of the ridgeway, starting in West Kennet and picking up the Swan way and Icknield way riders route east of Streatley where the Ridgeway itself becomes a footpath. We averaged 18 - 20 miles per day which was a nice easy pace allowing time for sightseeing. Our total milage was 103. It is a lovely ride with stunning scenery and little roadwork. We found horse friendly B&B's along the route which meant we had to carry less gear. Highly recommend!
Skrevet 20. juni 2019
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Thank you very much for your review, we're really glad to hear that you enjoyed your trip along The Ridgeway. There’s lots going on along The Ridgeway and you can hear all about it in our free newsletter published four times a year – email ridgeway@oxfordshire.gov.uk if you'd like to join our mailing list.
Skrevet 5. september 2019
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Paul R
Epping, UK1 082 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2019 • Par
The ground was very dry and the tracks dusty but that didn't take away our enjoyment of cycling along the Ridgeway. The restrictions of motorised traffic are lifted at this time of year, but we found the few motorcycles and cars that were sharing the space, all showed considerable toleration and respect.
A terrific days entertainment can almost be guaranteed.
Skrevet 9. juni 2019
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Thanks for your review. Glad to hear that you enjoyed The Ridgeway and that other users of the trail were considerate. Hope that you'll enjoy more trips along this historic route.
Skrevet 5. september 2019
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BackinBracknell
Bracknell, UK1 530 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2018 • Venner
There are some excellent ancient sites along the track which make great focal points for day walks including Avebury, Waylands Smithy and the White Horse at Uffington (though it's not possible to see the horse properly from ground level).

Personally I wouldn't recommend walking the whole length of it though. It's not the most exciting trail as a lot of it is flat with fields and sometimes wide open views but no real points of interest along the way. Other sections go between hedges with little to see. Can also be hard going underfoot as parts of the track have been badly churned up by motorbikes and 4x4 vehicles. There's very little shelter so in bad weather or winter conditions it's not at all pleasant!
Skrevet 11. september 2018
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