There are plenty of places to see and visit around Kingston Lisle. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Kingston Lisle is a region where 10 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 10 Attractions around Kingston Lisle

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    Uffington Castle is an exceptionally well-preserved example of an Iron Age hill fort. The White Horse is the oldest chalk-cut hill figure in Britain, too; perhaps over 3,000 years old. From the summit, you are afforded wonderful views.

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    The Ridgeway

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The Ridgeway is an awesome long distance cycle route - here's one of the best sections of white, chalky double and singletrack which is perfect for mountain bikes and gravel …

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    Wayland's Smithy is a Neolithic chambered long barrow. The site was once believed to be the home of Wayland, the Saxon god of metalworking, hence the name. Excavations have revealed …

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    Dan
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    MTB Ridgeway White Roads segment

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    This Ridgeway segment from Swindon to Goring on Thames includes miles of chalk trails, with some historic ruins beside the trail.
    I rode this one way; parked my car in …

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    Fantastic view and all-round view. On a visit to the more famous White Horse Hill, you should definitely "take" the Dragon Hill. Is close to it.

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    Shrivenham

    Hiking Highlight

    Small, picturesque village near Swindons. On clear weather with a view of the Uffington White Horse Hill. Good and inexpensive base station for excursions, for example to Swindon, Oxford, Bath, Bourton-on-the-Water, ...

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    Lord Wantage Monument

    Hiking Highlight

    The monument to Robert Loyd Lindsay, Lord Wantage, is situated high on the Ridgeway and affords stunning views of the vale. Lord Wantage was a distinguished soldier and one of …

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    Quiet hilly village

    Bike Touring Highlight

    On the border with Oxfordshire, the village lay on a quiet hilly countryside. Some typical grass roofed cottages and a pond give the visitor the feeling to be inside a postcard.

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    The Blowing Stone

    Hiking Highlight

    The Blowingstone is a perforated rock in a humble garden at the foot of Blowingstone Hill, part of the Wessex Down escarpment that hosts the Ridgeway National Trail.

    If you …

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    Segsbury Camp

    Hiking Highlight

    Segsbury Camp is an Iron Age hill fort in the Vale of White Horse. You can explore extensive and well-preserved ramparts and gateways in the fort. Historians believe this site …

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Map of the Top 10 around Kingston Lisle

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