Towns in the Cotswold region
Long Distance Walks (100 miles+)
The Cotswolds offer a range of routes and pathways to be explored. Below are a few suggestions, graded according to the length of the walk.
Long Distance (100 miles+)
Three Choirs Way (100 miles)
The route passes between Hereford, Worcester and Gloucester and has a musical and poetic theme to link the walk with the famous Three Choirs Festival.
The Cotswold Way (103 miles)
Starting close to Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon and finishing near to Jane Austen’s Bath, The Cotswold Way is one of the most popular walks in the area. It is typically divided into 7 sections.
- Chipping Campden to Winchcombe (28 km)
- Winchcombe to Dowdeswell (22 km)
- Dowdeswell to Painswick (30 km)
- Painswick to Uley (23 km)
- Uley to Wotton under Edge (15 km)
- Wotton under Edge to Tormarton (23 km)
- Tormarton to Bath (26 km)
The Shakespeare’s Way Walk (146 miles)
A walk which spans Stratford-upon-Avon and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London. Along the way it also includes Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxford, Kew and Westminster.
Gloucestershire Way (100 miles)
This walk includes the Forest of Dean, the Severn Valley and the Cotswolds.
Similar Cotswold Attractions: Badminton Horse Trials, Cotswold Olympic Games, Oxford Botanic Gardens, Woolsack Races, Cheltenham Gold Cup, Cotswold Wildlife Park, The Rococo Gardens
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