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toolonginexile wrote a review Oct 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom138 contributions56 helpful votes
Shame the monument was closed but it was worth the walk , from North Nibley and The Black Horse Inn. The path was step and one route was blocked off by the council. Also there was a sign at the start of the walk saying the monument was closed, which might put you of walking. We walked to the junction with the Cotswold Way which took us to the Monument and fantastic views.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Hazel S wrote a review Aug 2020
Worcester, United Kingdom18 contributions6 helpful votes
Amazing views, but we really hadn’t planned for steep and slippy conditions. Next time I’d definitely bring my walking boots and an OS map, as the signage is terrible- almost non existent. On the way down we took the wrong path and ended up on the route that’s closed due to a landslide. A few tricky moments and we were back on the safe path. But there needs to be more signage to stop being going the dangerous way.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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bobkat666 wrote a review Jan 2020
Colchester, United Kingdom231 contributions35 helpful votes
bit of a trek uphill so no good if you are having problems with mobility. views are good over the seven valley and the bridge. spiral staircase to the top. probable a good idea to wear boots on anything but he driest of days.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Didi wrote a review Dec 2019
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Live in South Glos but never done this walk before. Wow! Views are amazing. The monument was open so lucky to be able to walk up the narrow spiral stairs. Breath taking. Climb up to tower is quite muddy, only to be expected but wear appropriate boots.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Debbie T wrote a review Nov 2019
Brisbane, Australia701 contributions645 helpful votes
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I am an admirer of the courage of William tyndale who was martyred for translating the bible into English. It was drizzling and I am not fit but was determined to honour him by reaching the tower. I managed to navigate the rocky path and was rewarded with a magnificent view extending to the ocean. Although I didn’t see any horse riders there were signs for a horse rider path.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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