The Cotswolds is a protected area of beautiful countryside, farms and villages in the heart of England – a great place for a walking holiday. Details here!
A Circular Cotswold Way Walk Starting and Ending in Moreton-in-Marsh: One of the most famous walks in England is the Cotswold Way Walk, a 164 km long national trail running between the market town of Chipping Campden in the north and the famous city of Bath in the south. But you don’t have to be […]
Our First Time Walking the Cotswold Way and What We Thought of it: When our plans to spend time with friends in London changed at the last minute, Tony booked us a Cotswold Way walk to fill in our travel gap. The full Cotswold Way Walk is a 164 km long national trail that runs […]
Your guide to the Cotswold Way We are pleased to have released our Cotswold Way Walks Course for your enjoyment and information. . This is probably the quintessentially English walk that most walkers have heard of. So, a little bit about it. . First, I tell you about the Cotswold Way walking experience as we travel […]
When you are out on the track, you do have to pace yourself. We had been walking well all day, with some stops – morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea, getting closer and closer to the day’s accommodation. Some of us have the propensity to maintain a momentum which may be difficult to stop if […]
Britain and Europe must be the favourite parts of the world to walk in. There is a range of great day walks and long distance trails for all classes of walkers. History trails, French vineyard paths, Italian coastal walks. For example, the GR 65 from Le Puy to Conques in France. The GR65 is one of the traditional […]