102 miles • Cotswold Way • England
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Follow the Cotswold escarpment past scenic countryside and rich history on the Cotswold Way. The Cotswold Way is a National Trail in the United Kingdom that runs from Chipping Campden to Bath, following the beautiful Cotswold escarpment for much of its course. The trail leads through quintessentially English countryside with little villages of honey-coloured stone and open farmland all the way to the historic city of Bath. Because its route follows the Cotswold escarpment, the route often offers fantastic views of the surrounding country, including such famous landmarks as the River Severn, the Forest of Dean, the Black Mountains along the Welsh border, and the Vale of Evesham. As is the case with many trails in the United Kingdom, the Cotswold Way also passes many notable places of historic interest, including the location of the Battle of Lansdowne, Sudeley Castle, and the ruins of Hailes Abbey.
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The Cotswold Way is a ~100-mile (161km) National Trail that runs from Chipping Campden to Bath, following the beautiful Cotswold escarpment for much of its course. The trail leads through quintessentially English countryside with little villages of honey-coloured stone, from open farmland to the historic city of Bath.
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