Cotswolds Way

Cotswolds Way, Winchcombe: Address, Cotswolds Way Reviews: 4.5/5

Cotswolds Way
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Jane W
Kingswood, UK209 contributions
Stunning countryside and excellent for getting legs working after work.
Aug. 2021 • Business
After work on a Friday evening, my friend and I decided to explore some of the Cotswolds way and Kelston Roundhill. Starting in North Stoke, we travelled along the Cotswolds way, to allow for some lovely views of Bristol and Bath, although hazy, we could make out the major landmarks. From the racecourse, we were able to access Kelston Roundhill, and then into Kelston itself. We were too late for the cheese shop and cafe, but the pub was thriving. Certainly worth seeing the views from the Roundhill!
Written August 30, 2021
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Neil G
Melbourne, Australia206 contributions
A beautiful walk through villages, farms and woods
Jul. 2019
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.
Written April 20, 2020
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Sam H
Jacksonville, United States256 contributions
Start of the Cotswold way
Sep. 2019
Hike all seemed to be up hill but what wonderful vistas. People we met on the trail were friendly. Many sites to see along with sheep in the meadows.
Written October 2, 2019
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Ken18
Liverpool, UK1,601 contributions
Plenty of ups and downs.
Sep. 2019
Cotswold Way Walk is not to be taken lightly especially if doing it in 6 consecutive days walking. The CWW is billed as a walk through quintessential English countryside. Some of it is, but not all! I would estimate half of the overall 102 miles of the CWW is through dense woodland. Who knew the Cotswolds contained so many trees? Not to mention the endless number of hills marched up and down every day. Apart from that it was a great experience, especially if you like trees!
Written September 25, 2019
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Simon Martin
Saint Albans, VT6 contributions
Wonderful walk
Aug. 2019
Walked the Cotswolds Way in 7 days. Lovely, quintessentially English countryside and attractive towns and villages. Would definitely recommend and can be tackled in easy day trips or as a single trek.
Written August 17, 2019
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Ann L
Bristol, UK793 contributions
Great Long Distance trail
Jun. 2019 • Friends
A 102 mile walk from Chipping Campden to Bath - done in bits over several weeks or as an 8 day holiday with your stuff being moved on day after day and staying in b&bs

I as lucky when I did mine that the weather was great
Written July 2, 2019
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MedEngland
England2,302 contributions
Challenging in parts
Apr. 2019 • Friends
We walked a short section of the Cotswolds Way National Trail, running from south of Winchcombe, through woodlands and meadowlands up to the Belas Knapp Long Barrow. Once there the panoramic views made the walk very worthwhile.
Written April 28, 2019
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Bruce M
Sydney, Australia794 contributions
Classic English hiking trail
Nov. 2018 • Couples
Two days into the hike from Chipping Campden to Birdslip so far and the best sections gave been the section from Chipping Campden to Broadway, and ?Seven Springs to Birdslip.
Good sections of the retail wind through paddocks and that can get a bit monotonous. However, some of the higher sections have spectacular views out over the surrounding countryside.
Generally well signposted, however first time hikers who aren't familiar with the trail and county should take one of the better Cotswold hiking books as tho it's well signposted, there were a couple of sections where we list the trail where it diverged and needed to consult the guide to get back on track
Written November 14, 2018
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MicheleColette
Philadelphia, PA270 contributions
Well signed, well tended
Sep. 2018 • Family
We walked about eight miles, a circular walk from our rental cottage, crossing Winchcombe and Gloucester way.
Written September 14, 2018
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chiangmaicharlies
Chiang Mai, Thailand5,592 contributions
Good walking through Cotswolds countryside
Jul. 2018 • Friends
Nothing spectacular, but simply beautiful English countryside.

Obviously best enjoyed during sunny months, like we had in 2018.

Spend as much time as you like, there are plenty of detours.
Written July 24, 2018
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