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This trail is the Warwickshire Centenary Way. This walk uses public rights of way across arable and livestock farmland so there are a number of stiles and kissing gates to negotiate. It can be quiet, and is sometimes in isolated sections of the Centenary Way, but there are small villages that can be visited and a number of inns and pubs along the way. The historic castles at Kenilworth and Warwick are passed along the way.

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First to Review

Not a bad walk except for the roadworks going on as you leave the canal to head towards Ufton. There is no through route and the works go right up almost as far as you can see. We had to get back on the canal , go up one junction and do 5 extra miles to get to where we needed to be. 15 miles turned into 20 plus and not all fields had good walking. In the end it was not very enjoyable but maybe would try again if a through route was sorted for walkers....... we’ll see.

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First to Review

A lovely walk with beautiful views. Jacobs ladder was a bit of an obstacle course with fallen tree's & a muddy downward slide. Really worth doing, only bug bear is the need of two cars, to leave one at Finish point.

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