Pepperbox Hill (Salisbury) Reviews
Description:Address: Southampton Road / Salisbury / Wiltshire / England / Guglielmo Marconi used this site as a receiving station ... more
Newest Review: ... has been eroded. A big landowner who has never lived in the village now employs plenty of staff to keep walkers off his land. My sister has had some vociferous run-ins with some of them but these days it's just safer to stick to the rules and keep to the official footpaths. On this occasion we took a circular route, heading through the south side of West Grimsted and out on the road that ... more
Customer Pepperbox Hill (Salisbury) Reviews (2)
by Westgrimsteadite - written on 25/07/09
I've lived in West Grimstead for 8 years and only went to Pepperbox Hill with my dog for the first time last week. It certainly offers stunning views. I am so envious of when you used to be able to walk easily to the Hill - as you say, today it is all restricted by land owners. Sadly the way people drive on the country roads, means that a walk to Pepperbox is fraught with concerns about traffic. However, I'd definitely recommend stopping off the A36 for the views and a walk around Pepperbox from the carpark end.
by - written on 23/07/09 (Very useful, 536 readings)
Pepperbox Hill is a place I've known and loved for as long as I can remember. My grandparents and then my parents lived in West Grimstead in the shadow of the hill and my sister and I spent almost every weekend in the village when we were children. A standard Sunday morning during my childhood would be marked by my sister and I walking up to Pepperbox with my grandfather whilst my mother and grandmother cooked up a big roast dinner. A walk across the fields and up to Pepperbox was always needed to 'make room' for dinner and depending on the time of year, might be accompanied with blackberry picking or hunting for massive field mushrooms. My grandfather had known everyone Read the complete review
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