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Guidebook to walking the Cotswold Way National Trail. Between Chipping Campden and Bath, the 102 mile route explores the Cotswolds AONB. Described in both directions over 13 stages, the Cotswold Way can be walked year round and is suitable for beginner trekkers. Includes separate OS 1:25,000 map booklet of the route.
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Guidebook to walking the 102 mile (163km) Cotswold Way National Trail between Chipping Campden and Bath, across the Cotswolds AONB. The guidebook - which includes both a guide to the route and a separate OS 1:25,000 map booklet - describes the route in both directions.
The route is described over 13 stages, each following the Cotswold escarpment, with dramatic and far-reaching views across the Severn Vale towards the Welsh hills, plunging down to visit honey-coloured villages, old market towns and the elegant and historic city of Bath. The longest of the 13 stages is 10 miles, the shortest 6 miles: these are dictated by the existence of overnight accommodation. For the determined, the trail can be walked in as little as five days.
The Cotswold Way offers a wonderful walker's landscape, featuring beautiful woodland, pretty cottages and ancient battlefields. The route can be walked all year round, and is suitable for walkers of all abilities. The stage-by-stage route description is accompanied by maps at a scale of 1:100,000 (1cm to 1 mile) and full colour photographs. The guidebook also includes a map booklet showing the full route on 1:25,000 OS map extracts.
A trek planner gives at a glance information about facilities, public transport and accommodation available along the way, and there is plenty of background information on local geology, wildlife and history.
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|The Cotswold Way|
|Planning your trip|
|Choosing an itinerary|
|Which way to walk?|
|When to go?|
|Self-guided or guided?|
|Getting there and getting around|
|First nights and last nights|
|Facilities en route|
|Baggage transfer service|
|What to take|
|The Cotswold Way Hall of Fame|
|Planning day by day|
|Using this guide|
|Health, safety and emergencies|
|Mobile phones, wi-fi and the internet|
|The Country Code|
|All about the Cotswolds|
|Plants and wildlife|
|Man in the landscape|
|Southbound: Chipping Campden to Bath|
|Stage 1 Chipping Campden to Stanton|
|Stage 2 Stanton to Winchcombe|
|Stage 3 Winchcombe to Cleeve Hill|
|Stage 4 Cleeve Hill to Dowdeswell (A40)|
|Stage 5 Dowdeswell (A40) to Birdlip|
|Stage 6 Birdlip to Painswick|
|Stage 7 Painswick to Middleyard (King’s Stanley)|
|Stage 8 Middleyard (King’s Stanley) to Dursley|
|Stage 9 Dursley to Wotton-under-Edge|
|Stage 10 Wotton-under-Edge to Hawkesbury Upton|
|Stage 11 Hawkesbury Upton to Tormarton|
|Stage 12 Tormarton to Cold Ashton|
|Stage 13 Cold Ashton to Bath|
|Northbound: Bath to Chipping Campden|
|Stage 1 Bath to Cold Ashton|
|Stage 2 Cold Ashton to Tormarton|
|Stage 3 Tormarton to Hawkesbury Upton|
|Stage 4 Hawkesbury Upton to Wotton-under-Edge|
|Stage 5 Wotton-under-Edge to Dursley|
|Stage 6 Dursley to Middleyard (King’s Stanley)|
|Stage 7 Middleyard (King’s Stanley) to Painswick|
|Stage 8 Painswick to Birdlip|
|Stage 9 Birdlip to Dowdeswell (A40)|
|Stage 10 Dowdeswell (A40) to Cleeve Hill|
|Stage 11 Cleeve Hill to Winchcombe|
|Stage 12 Winchcombe to Stanton|
|Stage 13 Stanton to Chipping Campden|
|Appendix A Useful contacts|
|Appendix B Accommodation along the route|
|Appendix C Further reading|