Frilsham is in the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This covers a unique and spectacular landscape that includes tranquil open downland, ancient woodland and chalk streams in the centre of southern England. North Wessex Downs website
Footpaths are a great feature of the village, criss crossing over pasture and through woodland and providing a great opportunity to see the roe, fallow and muntjac deer and a wide range of birds, including red kite, buzzard, woodpeckers, nuthatches and finches. You may even be lucky enough to see a kingfisher along the river Pang.
To download an outline of the footpaths and a description of where they go, click Local Footpaths
One of the most popular walks in Frilsham is the circular walk from the Pot Kiln to Stanford Dingley and back, For more information click Pot Kiln to Stanford Dingley walk
For examples of walks in the wider area, try John Harris's website