Westbury White Horse

Risk 20%
Sunburn 15%





Westbury White Horse, also known as Bratton White Horse, is a hill located at east of Westbury, England, with a white horse pattern adopted on its north slope, the white horse pattern is 55 meters high and 52 meters wide. It is the oldest white horse pattern in Wiltshire. It has been used as the symbol of the Westbury Visitor Center and has become a symbol of the whole Wiltshire.
Activities[Outing], [Hiking], [Camping]
Other Routes
Start at
White Horse Car Park
10 min→
1471007774_Red_flagsWestbury White Horse
15 min→
pin-png-2424Port Way
10 min→
White Horse Car Park
1471009312_map Distance1 km
1471007853_Alarm Duration35 min
1471007737_Food SupplyNone
1471007878_Revert Exit / BranchNot available
1471010186_Problem DifficultyLevel 2 [Outing]

Westbury White Horse Car Park

  • For drivers: Use Bratton Road (B3098) to Westbury White Car Park, and the postcode for the car park is BA13 4SY.
  • From London: Take the GWR (“Great Western Railway”) train from Paddington Station and get off at Westbury Station, then take Bus Route No. 87 to Manor Fields and walk to Westbury White Horse Car Park around 3o minutes.


Be aware of the vehicles and bikes when walking along Port Way.

The hillside where the white horse pattern is located is relatively steep. Please do not enter to there.

Total distance: 0.91 km
Max elevation: 226 m
Min elevation: 201 m
Total climbing: 26 m
Total descent: -25 m
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