Walking in Chitterne...

Suggested Routes with distances- kindly shared by village resident Dave Robinson.


Chitterne is surrounded by lots of open countryside with many tracks and public rights of way ideal for walkers and ramblers.

The suggested routes below combine public paths, permissive paths, and village/farm tracks that you may use. Please avoid farmland with growing crops or livestock.

Much of the land to the north of the village is owned by the Ministry of Defence (MOD). There are two main areas to avoid – Imber Live Firing Area and Copehill Down Training Village - please keep out. Other MOD range land is generally accessible (when no training is happening) with a few restrictions (keep out of woodland etc.). See large white MOD noticeboard for full details. If in doubt stick to the official public rights of way.

Land fenced off and with signs marked “Schedule One” is land that is owned by the MOD but let to local farmers. Kind of a buffer between private land and MOD land.

Additionally, the last two maps are of village and parish with background detail only. These can be used to plan your own walking routes.

Dave Robinson


There are eleven routes to choose from:

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