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Salisbury Plain (Imber Range Perimeter Path)

A long distance circular walk around the Imber Live Firing Range.

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Salisbury Plain: Imber Range Perimeter Path

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A long distance circular walk around the Imber Range Perimeter Path giving views across Salisbury Plain and the surrounding Wiltshire and Somerset countryside.

  • full circuit 30 miles, 2 to 3 days
  • moderate to difficult, take in sections

Before planning your visit, do check the Salisbury Plain Training Area (SPTA) firing times.

Published 1 August 2009
Last updated 4 August 2021 + show all updates
  1. Added a new version of the 'Salisbury Plain: Imber Range Perimeter Path' leaflet and an accessible version.

  2. Added link to Salisbury Plain: public safety at Imber leaflet

  3. Removed Salisbury Plain newsletters as have now moved to new page.

  4. Added Larkhill public rights of way map.

  5. Added April edition of Salisbury Plain newsletter.

  6. Added new issue of the Salisbury Plain newsletter for March 2014.

  7. Added newsletter for February 2014.

  8. Added new newsletter for January 2014.

  9. Added December 2013 edition of newsletter.

  10. Published November issue of Salisbury Plain 2013 newsletter.

  11. Added the Salisbury Plain Training Area newsletter for October which includes provisional dates for training Exercises due to take place between now and June 2014.

  12. Added 'Salisbury Plain Training Area newsletter: September 2013'

  13. Added August edition of newsletter

  14. Added the SPTA Newsletter - July 2013

  15. Added May 2013 issue of the Salisbury Plain Training Area (SPTA) newsletter

  16. Added the April 2013 Salisbury Plain training area newsletter

  17. First published.