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This was a great route, we added on a little bit of a loop around Naunton and stopped off in the Black Horse Inn which is a very good pub for food and ales. Adds an extra couple of miles and some elevation but worth it if you want to make a day of it. In Bourton we also stopped for a drink, the mouse trap inn is by far the best Bourton has to offer. Lovely walk!

on Edgeworth to Bisley

wandern
5 days ago

A wonderful Cotswold hike giving great contrast between the downland and the valley’s. Great halfway break at Bisley’s Stirrup Cup pub ready for the return journey. Conditions were wet underfoot but all paths accessible

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schlammig
überflutet
9 days ago

Lovely walk

Most dog friendly walk we have found so far in the Cotswolds - plus beautiful views!

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schlammig
überflutet
10 days ago

It’s a nice long walk, got a bit muddled towards the end with directions but not too bad, parking isn’t brilliant. Down side is it’s very very muddy and took us 5 and a half hours of slipping and sliding at times. On the whole a very worthwhile walk, not spectacular as it’s mainly just fields but worth it and especially if you have a dog with lots of energy!

Beautiful views - major mud and lovely

on Ozleworth Park Walk

wandern
20 days ago

An excellent walk taking you through a variety of hidden Cotswold landscapes on well marked trails. A caution for dog walkers in the abundance of pheasants on a private estate.

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schlammig
22 days ago

Great trail. Dog friendly. Relatively easy to follow. Would recommend.

Need gum boots!!!!

wandern
1 month ago

A fantastic 6 day journey inn to inn through England. Brought lunches instead of pub food everyday. Just follow the acorn markers thru sheep pastures, over stiles, past haunted barrows, thru some private land. Very little road walking until the end. Great international tribe of fellow walkers. It rains in the summer but not every day. Hill walking at times but no scrambling. A bucket list item. And then Bath....

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schlammig
2 months ago

wandern
3 months ago

Lovely part of the world, quiet, remote and peaceful. Took my dog with me and she too enjoyed herself. Muddy in places, slight drizzle but an easy walk in all.

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schlammig
3 months ago

Amazing trail. A good combination of views, elevation, forest, picturesque small towns and many more. Make sure you book a table at the Mount Inn to make it an icing on top of the cake.

Great loop, great scenery and a good lunch half way round. Will be running it another day

wandern
4 months ago

good easy walk in open countryside... although not easy to follow on the map

wandern
4 months ago

Easy to follow trail with beautiful views & some interesting historical sites too. A nice contrast of hills & woodland. Would definitely recommend it.

Lovely walk. No problems following the track.

Great views.

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kein schatten
4 months ago

Nice walk with easy terrain, able to take steeper alternatives for a more challenging hike. Would recommend for a view of the city with the quiet of the countryside. Bonus: cows

Some steep climbs reward you with fabulous views, but we suggest you Google map the walk if you want to stick to this trail; it’s easy to get on the wrong path (albeit not too difficult to get back on it).

Lovely walk, with the fabulous Mount Inn handily situated in Stanton for pre or post-walk refreshments! Steep hill climb at first and check you’re still on the path; the Cotswold Way is like a rabbit warren of paths.

wandern
4 months ago

This walk starts and ends at the National Trust car park. Entry and parking is free to members and there are toilets and a cafe at the start of the walk.

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abseits des Weges
5 months ago

yeah nice walk, lots of things to see up there. theres a few forestry bits at the start which is good for variety.

Super walk, taking in the sights of both Bourton and Stow. A couple of hills that tested our children, but all in all a great day out

A wonderful walk to a beautiful look out at Leckhampton hill. Easy to follow route, and good mix of road and trail. Beware the start isn't at the Seven Springs pub but the roundabout about 5 mins away.

In terms of directions, the app is very accurate on this route. I agree that the starting point is not very clear but just walk down the main Street and it starts tracking. There is about a 30 minute stretch just before you join onto Oxford Way where you have to push through some over grown paths. Then it goes through a field of cows that will run you down as long as they notice you, don't linger. After Stow-on-the- Wold village you are basically alone until Oxford way, with just fields and farm houses, which is the greater stretch of this route. No picnic spots along the route.

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