Festival Walks

Walk 3: Winchcombe Meteorite walk


A unique walk, probably a world’s first! Led by the guy who found the Winchcombe meteriorite on his drive. The walk is hilly and explores the area where debris fell over Langley Hill, Prescott and Nottingham Hill. Scientists believe there are still other fragments out there waiting to be found! The last half mile of the walk detours to take you to the spot where the meteorite actually landed. It is now on display in the Natural History Museum in London. After the walk, there is the optional to visit Winchcombe Museum  to see some of the meteorite. Bring a picnic lunch.

Date: Friday, 20th May
Distance: 8.5 miles
Difficulty: Moderate
Start Point: Abbey Fields, Winchcombe
Start Time: 9.30
End Time: 14.30

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