The Cotswold Way is a beautiful 102 mile national trail running from the picturesque town of Chipping Campden in the North to the stunning Georgian city of Bath in the south. En route the trail passes through stunning and quintessentially English countryside, beautiful Cotswold stone villages and along the majestic Cotswold Hills.
We have produced an overall map for you so you can see the full distance you will be travelling….please remember, part of this challenge is to navigate yourself. In our opinion, the best small book out there to help you navigate the route is the' Trailblazer Cotswold Way', but this is not a necessity, the trail is extremely well marked, and where there can be any doubt we will inform you at the start of each day.
The Cotswold Way is an excellent national trail. It’s in very good condition and well signposted throughout. However as with every trail, if there is a prolonged period of wet weather the trail could get very slippy and muddy. Depending on the time of year, there may be sections of the path which have weeds and stinging nettles overlapping the trail which can sting anybody with bare legs. Please remember, if you do participate, you participate at your own risk.
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