Rambling: Bourton-on-the-Water, Cotswolds


I’d been looking forward to this ramble in the Cotswolds for a while. Though not a National Park, the Cotswolds are well known as an area with beautiful countryside and idyllic stone villages.

I chose a 10 mile circular walk from Bourton-on-the-Water, through Lower Slaughter, Upper Slaughter and Naunton. Though lacking much in the way of hills, this walk passed some lovely meadows and rivers. Naunton also has a famous dovecote, built in 1660! Although this walk was worth 34000 steps, the lack of hills meant it only accounted for 40 floors climbed.


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