Uffington, Oxfordshire, SN7 7UK

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Date Added:

September 21, 2023


Yes there is a car park at the beginning of the walk. It’s a National Trust Site so if you are a member parking is free otherwise it costs £2.50 (payable by card or APP). The car park is open from Dawn- Dusk. During summer months there is an ice cream van – highly recommend the strawberry ice cream.


Views of the White Horse chalk figure on the side of a Hill, our circular route leads onto part of the Ridgeway National Trail. There are a couple of stiles on the route but the pathways are very well laid out and accessible. The Ridgeway section of the Walk can have horses on it, so just be aware when you have your dog off the lead etc.


No water here

Poo Bins

Yes at the beginning of the walk and in the village of Kingston Lisle.

Local Info

The pub called The Blowing Stone Inn in Kingston Lisle is on the route and has a lovely garden at the back and is very dog friendly. We camped at Oxford Oak Camping, roughly 10 minutes away from White Horse Hill, lovely campsite, with a farm shop.

Walk Distance:


Date Walk Added:

September 21, 2023
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Author Review

I went with the idea of getting a really cute picture of Riley in front of the chalk white horse, but actually when you get there its very difficult to see the full view of the horse because of the size of it, so a view from a distance means you get a much better view. Having said that the circular walk we completed was lovely and if you go in the spring the fields you walk through will have lots of crops for your dog to jump through and it’s a genuinely lovely walk.

For those Trig Point seekers there is a good one on the top of the Hill.

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