The 100 Walk has been broken down into day stages roughly 20 miles perday below. These are all downloadable maps using Viewranger and GPX. They have all been walked and tested using Ordnance Survery tiles and maps. If you are looking for a shorter cricular walk there are walks mapped out for each white horse. Follow the link to the horse you are interested in at the bottom of the page. Explore the area around the white horse with the app and discover the sound park.
Day 1: Westbury to Devizes
Start at Westbury White Horse, Bratton Camp car park and arriving in Devizes up the spectacular flight of locks at Caen hill.
Day 2: Devizes to Broad Hinton
A long day's walking, but inspiring and exhilarating. Leaving Devizes behind you will skirt the Devizes White Horse, visit the Cherhill Horse and on to Avebury for lunch. On to the Broadtown White Horse, finish at the Crown in Broad Hinton with the Hackpen horse in sight
Day 3: Broad Hinton to Marlborough
Direct from Broad Hinton to the Hackpen White Horse then along the Ridgeway and down deep into prehistory before emerging out of a valley of stones to the Marlborough White Horse.
Day 4: Marlborough to Pewsey
A second sighting of the Marlborough White Horse before heading off into ancient woodland. A stretch of the Wansdyke in the wood then up and high to the earthworks at Martinsell. Crossing the vale of Pewsey to see the horse and finally into Pewsey along ancient drovers tracks.
Day 5: Pewsey to Devizes
A final good stretch from Pewsey to Devizes. The route crosses the valley picking up the Kennet and Avon canal tow path and then through Alton Barnes and up onto the high downs. After visiting the Alton Barnes White Horse and following the Wansdyke again enjoy fantastic views before coming back into Devizes passing the towns very own white horse cut to celebrate the millennium.
Each of these downloadable Viewranger route have been mapped using OS tiles and walked with OS maps but the project cannot accept responsibilty for conditions on the ground or rights of way.