White Horse Hill to Ashdown
White Horse Hill, Oxfordshire
If you’re game for a challenge, this seven and a half mile trail is well worth the effort. As well as enjoying farreaching views over six counties, you’ll be able explore history as you wander from the Neolithic burial mound of Waylands Smithy to the 17th Century mansion of Ashdown House. That’s not to mention the famous Uffington White Horse, the oldest dated chalk figure in England.