GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Mid-Wilts Way

68 miles (109 km)

A 68-mile walking route that takes in some of Wiltshire's finest countryside and downland areas. The walk runs from the village of Ham (near Inkpen) to Mere (near Warminster).
You will visit a series of pretty villages including Wilton, Wootton Rivers, Oare, Seend Cleeve, Keevil, Steeple Ashton, Bratton, Upton Scudamore, Horningham and Kingston Deverill. The walk includes several hill climbs with fabulous views of the Wiltshire countryside. This includes a climb to Cley Hill in the Cranborne Chase AONB. The hill is owned by the National Trust and commands great views over Wiltshire and Somerset.
There are also long waterside sections along the Kennet and Avon Canal and a section through Longleat Center Parcs towards the end of the walk.
The route is now officially open and has been waymarked with discrete MWW discs. The Visit Wiltshire website has some excellent downloadable guides . Please note the route has recently been extended so this link does not include the full current route.

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Mid-Wilts Way OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Mid-Wilts Way Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Open Street Map with Location tracking

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Photos

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Rivar Down, east of Marten

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View over East Kennet Field

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Bloody Ditch, Beacon Hill, near Heddington

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Canal view, Devizes

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Locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal near Devizes

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Deer at Longleat

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Woodcombe Bottom

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GPS Files

GPX File

Mid-Wilts Way.gpx (right click - 'Save As')

Memory Map Route

Mid-Wilts Way.mmo (right click - 'Save As')

Map