The Cotswold Way Map Booklet

1:25,000 OS Route Mapping

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9781852848972
Published
14 Mar 2016
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First
Pages
48
Size
16.6 x 10.6 x 0.3cm
Weight
70g

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Map of the 102 mile (163km) Cotswold Way National Trail, between Chipping Camden and Bath. This booklet is included with the Cicerone guidebook to the trail, and shows the full route on OS 1:25,000 maps. The trail typically takes two weeks to walk, and is suitable for walkers at all levels of experience.

Seasons Seasons
Can be walked all year round: accommodation is scarce during Cheltenham Festival (March) and Badminton horse trials (late April/May)
Centres Centres
Chipping Campden, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Stroud, Bath
Difficulty Difficulty
The Cotswold Way is a waymarked lowland walk suitable for all abilities: suggested day sections are in the region of 6-10 miles (10-16km)
Must See Must See
Hailes Abbey, Belas Knap, Crickley Hill, Haresfield Beacon, Sudley Castle, Broadway, views of Kelston Round Hill, Roman baths (Bath)
Availability
Published
ISBN
9781852848972
Published
14 Mar 2016
Edition
First
Pages
48
Size
16.6 x 10.6 x 0.3cm
Weight
70g
  • Overview

    All the mapping you need to complete the Cotswold Way National Trail between Chipping Campden and Bath, across the Cotswolds AONB.

    An accompanying Cicerone guidebook - The Cotswold Way - describes the full route in both directions with lots of other practical and historical information. NOTE: The accompanying guidebook includes a copy of this map booklet.

    Following the Cotswold escarpment, the Cotswold Way provides 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.

    This booklet of Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 Explorer maps has been designed for convenient use on the trail. It shows the full and up-to-date line of the Cotswold Way, along with the relevant extract from the OS Explorer map legend. It is conveniently sized for slipping into a jacket pocket or top of a rucksack and comes in a clear PVC sleeve.

     

  • Contents

    Contents
    Key to map pages

    Stage 1    Chipping Campden to Stanton
    Stage 2    Stanton to Winchcomb
    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

    OS Explorer map legend

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Kev Reynolds

Kev Reynolds is a freelance writer, photojournalist and lecturer. A prolific compiler of guidebooks, his first title for Cicerone Press (Walks & Climbs in the Pyrenees) appeared in 1978; he has since produced many more titles for the same publisher, with others in the pipeline. A member of the Outdoor Writers' Guild, the Alpine Club and Austrian Alpine Club, his passion for mountains and the countryside remains undiminished after a lifetime's activity, and he regularly travels throughout Britain to share that enthusiasm through his lectures.

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