Welcome to the Cotswolds
The Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty includes some of the most beautiful countryside in England and is a wonderful place to visit and explore at any time of year. Visit the Cotswolds for a truly peaceful and relaxing holiday - get away from the crowds and explore the quieter tracks, hidden villages and secret corners.
- 6 hours
- 12 miles
- Chipping Campden - Market Hall
A favourite from Campden encompassing country houses, well known personalities and politicians together with sites of battles. Beautiful views abound!
- 5.5 hours
- 10 miles
- Bitton, Bristol
- Swineford picnic site
A steep restored path up to North Stoke, then around the contour from Prospect stile with views towards Woolley, before crossing the battlefield and returning by a different route from North Stoke. Please bring a picnic lunch.Not suitable for pushchairs. PLEASE NOTE: The Road from Bath to Bristol via Kelston is closed due to a land slip therefore please allow extra time needed for access from the East via Keynsham and Bitten, to Swineford.
- 4.5 hours
- 8 miles
- Winchcombe Back Lane Car Park (£1 per day)
A series making the most of Ways linking Winchcombe and Bourton-on-the-Water. We follow the Wardens' Way from Winchcombe to Roel Gate, returning on the Windrush Way via Waterhatch with superb views of Sudeley Castle. Bring a packed lunch.
- 5 hours
- 9 miles
- North of Northleach
- Notgrove Village Hall Car Park (Trust the Motorist)
An undulating walk through the villages of Hazleton, Turkdean and Cold Aston. Please bring a packed lunch. There may also be an opportunity for a refreshment stop en route.
- 3.5 hours
- 5.0 miles
- Café next door to Dinneywicks pub in Kingswood nr Wotton-under-Edge
Meet for coffee at the café at 10am. The mainly flat and scenic walk starts at 10:30, along the Little Avon river and on footpaths and the Cotswold Way through farmland via Hillesley and Alderley, including the Ozleworth Valley.