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WI WALK THURSDAY 28th JUNE 2018 HARE WARREN

Due to the very hot weather and a clash with the Chalke Valley History Festival the planned walk at Broadchalke was substituted with this walk around Hare Warren.

We parked at the top of the hill at the gateway to Hare Warren, after travelling along South Street from Wilton and past Bulbridge.

We took the path straight ahead of us that unfortunately for some metres is a hazardous area due to the amount of dogs ‘poo’ - not the dogs’ fault but the inconsiderate owners.

But we were glad to walk under the shade of the overhanging trees and enjoy the slight breeze rustling through the leaves.

We stopped to admire the view from a gap in the trees before turning right at the path junction.  This took us on a slightly downhill route through the woodland. We turned left at a fork in the path and continued this way for some time until reaching another

fork where we turned right and walked to the end of the path that joins a farm track.

There are beautiful views here across the Wiltshire countryside.  We debated whether to proceed to the punch bowl but because of the heat decided to return back along the track that runs straight through to the road and the area where we parked the cars.

We met no other people on the route that is usually fairly busy with dog walkers.  A few butterflies flitted about, but the birds were quiet, probably sheltering under the green canopy.

The walk took around an hour and a quarter and was just over two miles long.

It was an ideal route for a hot summer’s day.