The Fyfield and West Overton Parish has many local walks including those through the West Woods and the National Trust sites at Lockeridge Dene and Piggledene.
For details of rights of way please see the Wiltshire Rights of Way maps
The following link contains hundreds of free walks to download and print plus details of all the walking clubs in the country and other informationhttps://www.walkinginengland.co.uk/wiltshire
Lockeridge Dene and Piggledene are sheltered valleys containing well developed ‘boulder streams’ of sarsen stones. These stones are of ecological interest for the lichens and mosses which they support as well as having geological importance.
The sites were purchased by the National Trust in 1908 following a public appeal and were the first countryside properties in Wiltshire. Prior to this sarsen stones were removed to provide building materials.
Located to the south west of Marlborough, West Woods is a beautiful former ancient woodland site. Popular all year round with a number of walks and easy access trails it is particularly well visited in the spring with a splendid display of bluebells.
Great West Way
Friends of the Ridgeway
The ancient trackway -the Ridgeway extends into the Parish and is a popular location for visitors to the nearby Avebury World Heritage site;https://www.ridgewayfriends.org.uk/