Exploring The Roaches (Part 2)

Saturday 12th August 2017

By the end of Part 1, I’d reached the trig point (505m) beyond Bearstone Rock. From here on, I was officially walking across an area known as The Roaches.

(Apparently, the name derives from the type of gritstone found here and nothing at all to do with the insect-like appearance from afar…).

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White Horse Trail – Walk 7 of 7 (Part 2)

Sunday 6th August 2017

Continuing from Part 1:

We marched on, heading south now, with thoughts of completing the walk – and the challenge – in our minds. Not to mention, the post-walk picnic celebrations.

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White Horse Trail – Walk 7 of 7 (Part 1)

Sunday 6th August 2017

This was it. Our final walk along the ninety-mile long White Horse Trail. A very few of us were ready to complete the challenge, while others were in attendance for what was likely to be a very good walk.

I even found myself driving to the start point on top of Bratton Camp… SatNav didn’t get us close enough and it was only thanks to Andrey’s phone that we arrived where we were meant to be.

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White Horse Trail – Walk 4 of 7 (Part 2)

Saturday 15th July 2017 (continued…)

From the downland of Pewsey Hill, the White Horse Trail continues to the south…

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