road (unlike the much quieter one for the Clatfords). There is some verge from about half way along but not for the first section from the parking area. Since there are two car parks at Danebury Hill – one at the entrance when you turn off the road and another higher up – you might prefer to do the Danebury extension (which includes a circuit around the ramparts) separately, either at the end of the walk or at the start. If the latter, you could always re-park at pt 2 and join the route there. To continue to Danebury Hill, turn right at pt 2 and take the left fork, and walk along the roadside to the turning on the left for Danebury. Walk on up the access road (or the grass alongside) to the upper car park and carry on uphill past the trig point to the hill fort. Follow the gravel path which leads in through what was the east gate (an information board tells you more) and then up some steps on the left to the top of the ramparts and head round in a clockwise direction. Thereafter retrace your steps to pt 2 and follow the road signed for the Clatfords for about 400m.
(SU335380) Turn right onto a track (restricted byway) which runs alongside what is shown as Waters Downs Farm on the OS Explorer map, but is now