Danebury is a well known landmark for many people in Hampshire, particularly to anyone from Stockbridge, Middle Wallop, and Winchester.
This popular site is frequented by visitors, historians, archaeologists, dog walkers and anyone else keen to enjoy a walk on one of the most ancient of sites in Wessex.
Danebury Rings as it sometimes called, is about 12 miles north west of Winchester, the ancient capital of Wessex and England. There is a small car park and toilets at the foot of the hill. From there a short walk will bring you up to the main eastern entrance.