Members of the North Cotswold Group of the Ramblers’ Association devised this circular walk to link towns, villages and settlements through their region. The walk takes in Moreton-in-Marsh, Chipping Campden, Blockley, Guiting Power and Northleach.
60 miles (96 km)
The Gloucestershire Way starts from Chepstow. It crosses the River Severn at Gloucester and climbs the Cotswold escarpment at Crickley. From here it follows a route across the hills to Salperton, Stow-on-the-Wold and Winchcombe, and back to the Severn at Tewkesbury.
100 miles (160 km)
Starting from Bourton-on-the-Water, the Oxfordshire Way leads through the Cotswolds to Ascott-under-Wychwood, then continues to Henley-on-Thames.
65 miles (105 km)
Leading from Winchcombe to Bourton-on-the-Water, the Warden’s Way connects the Cotswold Way with the Oxfordshire Way. It passes through Guiting Power, Naunton, Lower and Upper Slaughter, and can be combined with the Windrush Way to provide a circular route.
14 miles (22 km)
This walk follows the River Windrush from Winchcombe to Bourton-on-the-Water via Hawling, Aylworth and Lower Harford. It can be combined with the Wardens Way to provide a circular route.
14 miles (22 km)
Starting from the Cotswold Way at Winchcombe, the Wychavon Way continues north to Bredon Hill and into Worcestershire.
41 miles (66 km)
The Wysis Way links the rivers Wye, Severn and Thames. The route starts in Monmouth and crosses the Forest of Dean and Severn Vale, then climbs the Cotswold escarpment and continues to Bisley. It drops down into the Frome Valley and leads south to the watershed at Thameshead and the source of the Isis, the highest tributary of the Thames.
55 miles (88 km)
Other links: Linked Paths: Cotswold Ring; Cotswold Village Trail; Cotswolds Walk; Donnington Way; Heart of England Way; Hobbler's Way (Coast to Coast - Wash to Severn); Macmillan Way - Boston to Abbotsbury; Monarch's Way; St Kenelm's Routes; St Kenelm's Trail; St Kenelm's Way;
Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015