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Silbury Hill, Avebury
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  • Silbury Hill is a testament to human persistence. Built by human hands it is the home to many rare and endangered plants. Although you can't walk on the hill (to protect the plant species), signage te...  more »
  • Silbury Hill is a beautifully conical mound about 120 feet tall, containing over half a million tons of chalk, and the highest pre-historic mound in Europe dating from about 2400 BCE. It reminded me s...  more »
  • It dominates the land all around and yet holds its mystery to itself. But the hours and years it took to construct - formidable. I managed to convince myself that it was not necessary to climb on a co...  more »
  • It's a hill, and you can't even go up it! The viewing location and car park are good, but it's best seen part of a day at Avebury and the surrounding area. it can be reached from Avebury on foot, as part of the walk to the barrows.
  • Shame you can't go up it but nicely set in the stunning area.
  • Although not legally not allowed to climb the mound, many do and no one does anything... worth a visit
  • Iteresting place, shame you can't climb the hill. Well worth a visit and to the surrounding area.
  • Mysterious to say the least. It's a shame that you are not allowed to walk on it.