Cotswold Way

The Cotswold Way is 102 miles from Chipping Campden to Bath, or vice versa, which I am doing North to South as I fear that if I started in the wonderful World Heritage Site of Bath I might never leave! Originally designed and put forward by the Ramblers Association as a long distance path in the 1950’s it was accepted as such by the government for development as a National Trail in 1988 and officially launched as such in May 2007.

It meanders its way through areas of outstanding natural beauty in one of the most bucolic areas of the UK.

The Market Hall

Day Zero – Chipping Campden

Day One – Chipping Campden to Wood Stanway

Day Two – Wood Stanway to Cleeve Hill

Day Three – Cleeve Hill to Birdlip

Day Four – Birdlip to Randwick

Day Five – Randwick to Lower Kilcott

Day Six – Lower Kilcott to Tormaton

Day Seven – Tormaton to Bath

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