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Cotswold Way

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Cotswold Way

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There’s no need to worry about left-side driving, parking, or navigation on this Cotswolds small-group tour. Your friendly local driver-guide looks after the wheel and introduces you to each village and viewpoint—but with such a small group and three different stops for independent exploration, it barely feels like a tour at all.
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Akin A wrote a review Nov 15
London, United Kingdom212 contributions22 helpful votes
Lovely route for a walk. The views on the hill are stunning. Highly recommend for a nice countryside walk. The hill is quite steep though, which may be tough for children or those with physical ailments.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Caro M wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom52 contributions42 helpful votes
I can only speak about the part from Chipping Campden to Birdlip. On the positive side, I very much enjoyed the part from Chipping Campden to Cleeve Hill. It's a very recreational walk and incredibly well waymarked for a British Trail (don't expect anything close to Switzerland or Germany though). Easy to follow most of the time but do bring a OS maps and download a GPX file just in case for reassurance. I loved Broadyway, Stanton and Winchcombe and the fact that you got clottes cream with scones (not the case in London). Also compared to other UK trails, very few cows (which I find intimidating). On the negative, I felt that the trail followed very close to major roads (you can hear them in the far background and once you tune in, it's hard not to notice). This became particularly so as of Dowdeswell as you get close to towns such as Cheltenham and Gloucester. Only then I checked the rest of the way and realised it would be for most parts until Bath. As beautiful and recreational as Chipping Campden to Cleeve Hill was, I didn't enjoy the part from Cleeve Hill to Birdlip. You cross roads a few times with fast traffic and a horrific roundabout close to the Air Balloon Hotel. I had to get back to London anyways, but have doubts I'd return to complete it. I'm surprised none of the posts mention this before.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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RossT1984 wrote a review Aug 2020
Braintree, United Kingdom301 contributions267 helpful votes
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The Cotswolds Way as a whole is I believe over 100 miles long so I couldn’t possibly comment on all of it. 😂 We only walked a few sections near Birdlip, Little Witcombe and the Gloucester area in general. Even here we encountered a variety of landscapes and saw some beautiful scenery. Also in spite of its relative fame as a walking route, we were virtually on our own most of the time so it was lovely and peaceful as well.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Steve C wrote a review Jul 2020
Broadway, United Kingdom20 contributions5 helpful votes
The Cotswold Way was a really enjoyable experience. Stunning views along the way of the Severn vale and estuary. We walked through some really pretty villages. The only points that need addressing is the crossing of busy roads such as the A417 by The Air Baloon and 3 unsafe crossings between Dodington Park and Cold Ashton. Also, cows were a nuisance in places. Apart from that it’s a lovely experience.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Neil G wrote a review Apr 2020
Melbourne, Australia207 contributions51 helpful votes
My wife and I walked the Cotwold Way from Chipping Campden to Bath in 8 days. We carried our packs and stayed in farmhouses, B&B's and pubs. There were some magnificent views and varied walking through villages, farms and woods. It was quite hilly but all very manageable for anyone prepared for a 100 mile hike.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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