Towns in the Cotswold region
Shorter Distance Walks (less than 10 miles)
Shorter Distance (less than 10 miles)
Cranham to Sheepscombe (6.5km/4 miles)
Located in the same valley as Painswick, the walk goes through Saltridge Woods and down into Sheepscombe before returning though the Workmans Wood.
Bibury to Coln St Aldwyns (6.5km/4 miles)
This circular walk from Bibury includes paths along the River Coln.
Castle Combe (6.5km/4 miles)
A circular walk from Castle Combe.
Stanton to Stanway (3.5km/ 5 miles)
An easy walk through the two villages.
Winchcombe, Hailes Abbey and Sudeley Castle (13km/8 miles)
This route starts on the Cotswold Way.
Broadway to Broadway Tower (3.5km/5 miles)
This route takes in the picturesque village of Broadway and the tower used by William Morris as a summer retreat.
The Sacred Tombs of Belas Knap (2.5km/4 miles)
A walk encompassing the Neolithic burial chamber of Belas Knap.
Stanton, Laverton and Buckland (3.5km/2 miles)
A walk encompassing three picturesque villages.
Chipping Campden to Broad Campden (6.5km/4 miles)
A walk starting at the famous market town of Chipping Campden.
Guiting Wood (3.5km/2 miles)
A walk most through woodland so possible muddy conditions.
Hailes, Beckbury and Sudeley from Winchcombe (16.3km/10 miles)
With attractions on the way including Hailes Abbey and Sudeley Castle.
Westonbirt Arboretum from Tetbury (16.3km/10 miles)
A walk encompassing the arboretum which contain a number of rare and exotic species.
Cleeve Common and Belas Knap from Winchcombe (16.3km/10 miles)
A walk including the Neolithic burial chamber of Belas Knap.
Stratford-upon-Avon from Midcote (11.4km/7 miles)
A walk which explores the Shakespearean town of Stratford-upon-Avon.
The Worcestershire Beacon (7.3km/4.5 miles)
A walk which encompasses the dramatic scenery of the Malvern Hills.
Painswick and Slad (7km/4.5 miles)
This short walk is through ‘Laurie Lee’ country, the celebrated Cotswold writer.
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