AmesburyBulford Camp

Amebul one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Amesbury and Bulford Camp.

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Grid Ref SU1544641420
Lat / Lon 51.17181° / -1.78043°
Easting / Northing 415,446E / 141,420N
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Bulford Camp
Grid Ref SU1860643884
Lat / Lon 51.19387° / -1.73511°
Easting / Northing 418,606E / 143,884N
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Amebul One's land is

Arable 50.9%
Urban 38.0%
Woods 11.2%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Slow Ways Cristie

12 Apr 2023 Spring

Please do not walk or review this route. It is about to be removed as part of a network review. It will be replaced with Amesbury - Bulford.


21 Nov 2022 Autumn

Walked in November, no problems with surfaces generally draining well or tarmac. Easy walk on pavements, grass, some quiet roads, across fields and rural tracks. Some good views of Beacon Hill and north across Salisbury Plain. Initially through the streets of Amesbury, crossing the A345 at traffic lights then walking through Lords Walk across cut grass (photo 1). A short walk along a no through road and a left onto the footpath before the end takes you on a bridge across the A303 towards Ratfyn (photo 2). Walking east parallel to the A303 leads up to the Solstice Park interchange at Folly Bottom and crossing of the road to Bulford. Continuing, the marked footpath is beside the fence at the entrance to New Barn Farm and is not immediately obvious from a distance. After about 20m beside the fence, there is a gate into the field. The path is obvious (photo 3) and continues across the field towards a small copse, through a gate and then beside the copse to cross the A3028 at Double Hedges - visibility is reasonable. I spotted a deer under the trees on one of tumuli in this section. Then follow the track north (views across the Plain - photo4) and downhill (photo 5) until it turns to the left at 178433. The marked footpath is shown to continue straight across the field to a stile at 179438 but this is broken and overgrown and there is no track across the field. It is better to follow the track to 178435 and then right along the footpath. After a short climb the path joins the road and a combination of footpaths and cycleways lead to the centre of Bulford Camp (photo 6).

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