Bury Ditches is home to one of the best-preserved hill forts in the country, dating from about 500BC. Come and meet Llew, the Iron Age boy, who helps visitors, young and old, enjoy the site.
The climb up to the Hillfort is steep but the views are worth it!
A short, sharp ascent to the hillfort and a superb view with a walk through the woodland back to the car park (1.3 miles).
Climb up to the hillfort and then follow the red waymarkers past the giant redwood tree (1.8 miles).
A steep walk up to the car park and a meander back to the car park along forest tracks (3.2 miles).
There is a relief plan of the fort at the start of the walks and information in Braille.
Visitors who are looking for a more level walk can follow the forest road past the barrier to a bench and a wonderful view.