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Starting in the village of Pewsey, we go The Scotchel, a lovely little nature reserve with the River Avon running through it, then on to the hamlet of Knowle and the pretty Dursden Lane.

We then head for Kepnal and Southcott, before walking back into the village centre. At Southcott, there is a vineyard and fabulous views of Pewsey Hill with its ancient droveways and the Pewsey White Horse.

Walk leader/organisation: Susie Brew, Pewsey Vale Tourism Partnership

Walk information

  • Booking: Free – Booking essential – 12 places
  • Distance & approximate duration: 3.5 miles (6 km) – 3 hours
  • Difficulty: Fairly easy (some gentle inclines, steps/stiles).
  • Accessibility: Suitable for older children (12+). Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult (see useful information). Not suitable for wheelchairs or prams/pushchairs. Steps/stiles on the route.
  • Dogs: No dogs.
  • Refreshments: Bring snacks and drinks as needed. There are places to purchase refreshments on the route (see below).
  • Toilets: There are public toilets at North Street car park by the meeting point.
  • Meeting point: Bouverie Hall Car Park, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9 5EQ. What3Words: ticking.rather.subway. OS grid reference: SU 163 600. Google Maps.
  • Public transport: For scheduled bus services, see Bustimes. For on-demand bus services, see Wiltshire Connect or call 01225 712900. Mainline train station at Pewsey is a 5-minute walk from Bouverie Hall.
  • Parking: Free parking at North Street car park, SN9 5EQ.

For general booking information, health and safety advice, terms and conditions please see our useful information page.

Further information

There are plenty of refreshments, cafés and pubs in Pewsey, see Visit Pewsey Vale.

There are free public toilets in Goddard Road opposite Bouverie Hall. Accessible toilets are available using RADAR key.

For more information about other walks and cycle rides in The Pewsey Vale, see Visit Pewsey Vale.

This walk is organised by the Pewsey Vale Tourism Partnership – a voluntary, not-for-profit organisation. For more walks and information on the area, see Visit Pewsey Vale.

This walk is brought to you by our partner:

Cuckoo Bridge at Southcott © Susie Brew/Pewsey Vale Tourism Partnership