Guide to the Best Cotswolds Walks

The Cotswolds is one of the best walking holiday destinations in the UK for both visitors and resident Brits taking a UK staycation.

In this story, you’ll find everything you need to know to plan a Cotswolds walking holiday whether you’re looking for multi-day hikes like the Cotswold Way, short walks or day hikes.

The Cotswolds Way

Walk among the wildflowers at Cleeve Common, the Neolithic burial chamber at Belas Knap or the pretty market towns of Winchcombe and Snowshill.

The Diamond Way

For a slightly shorter route, start from Eversham and follow signs for the ‘Blossom Trail’. One of the most beautiful Cotswolds walking routes in spring for the abundance of flowers.

Cleeve Hill Circular Walk

It’s the highest point in the area and has stunning views across the Malverns and over the border to Wales.

Leckhampton Loop

Don’t miss the Devil’s Chimney, a limestone rock formation looking out over the vast Severn Valley.

Windrush Way

You’ll pass through the quaint villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter and the welcoming Black Horse Inn at Naunton.

Cotswolds Walking Tours

Guided tours are available to visit some of the must-see sights in the Cotswolds including Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold and Lower Slaughter.

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