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Cotswold Way - Reynolds

Cotswold Way - Reynolds

by: Kev Reynolds
The Cotswolds is one of the best-loved regions of lowland Britain, and the Cotswold Way traces a 102 mile (164km) route along its western escarpment between Chipping Campden in the north and Bath in the south. The route, described in both directions, takes the walker along high scarp edges, through woodlands and between the honey coloured villages and old market towns for which the district is justly famed.

In this completely new second edition of his popular guide, Kev Reynolds takes account of improvements brought about for the route's planned upgrading to a National Trail, expected in 2007, and is the perfect companion to a memorable long walk. The guide includes OS Landranger mapping and plenty of full colour photographs taken by the author. There are notes on places and items of interest along the way plus all the practical information needed to plan and execute the walk.

Full and clear route details are provided for both southbound and northbound walkers, providing a personal preference in tackling the route. The Way is split into 13 stages in the guide. Travelling northwards from Bath the starting places of these stages are as follows: Bath; Cold Ashton; Tormarton; Hawkesbury Upton; Wotton-under-Edge; Dursley; Middleyard (King's Stanley); Painswick; Birdlip; Dowdeswell; Cleeve Hill; Winchcombe; Stanton, finishing at Chipping Campden.

ISBN 9781852845520 Pages 216 (2011) 115mm x 171mm

Price: 6.50