Day 8: Neolithic Walk from Woodhenge and Durrington Walls to Stonehenge (and back)


Today was spectacular. An archaeologist’s dream really. To walk the route where people would have walked thousands of years ago. Ceremonies pertaining to the changing seasons, births and deaths (burials), crops, feasts. etc… had people walking to and from shrines and settlements from the River Avon, past Woodhenge, around Durrington Walls and all the way to Stonehenge. We past Kings Burrows (burials), ancient beech woodlands, hedgerows of blooming white Hawthorne, fields of sheep and lambs, and fields of buttercups. A memorable day. Here’s a two minute glimpse:

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