Walks In The Cotswolds
Here are two very good walks in the Cotswolds
This was the first of 2 walks in the Cotswolds. We were staying in Corse Lawn, just outside of Cheltenham, and I mapped out a 13 mile circular walking route from our barn at Slad Farm to the nearby village of Tirley and on to The Haw where I joined the River Severn all the up to Odda’s Chapel arching across the Cotswolds countryside to join the disused Coombe Hill Canal back to the River Severn and home.
This was the second of 2 walks planned during our family holiday in the Cotswolds. I mapped out a 14 mile section of the Cotswolds Way starting at the metal gates of Cleeve Hill following the excellent Cotswolds Way way markers all the way to Dowdeswell Wood Reservoir, the Devil’s Chimney and the National Trust Crickley Hill taking me just over 5 hours to complete.
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