Walk - Stonebarrow Hill
6.5 miles (10.5 km)
Challenging - An arduous walk with a lot of ascent and descent, some of it steep, along footpaths, tracks and quiet lanes, across medieval field systems and open heathland.
A demanding route travelling high above the surrounding landscape, with tremendous views in all directions. It passes the remains of a medieval village, and later St Wite's Well, said to cure eye problems and other ailments. There is an optional detour around the back of the most strenuous section, over Golden Cap, as well as a shorter route over the top of Chardown Hill for those who don't mind some stretches of steep ascent.