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These Boots were made for walking the Wolds

For those who like to explore on foot the Cotswolds is an amazing place to visit, with thousands of miles of public footpaths there is always somewhere for you to stretch your legs! During our guided tours there is plenty of time for you to discover the local places we stop at and if you are spending the night locally then you can always explore a little further on foot. Our £45 per person guided tours give you a fantastic taste of what the Cotswolds has to offer in a fun and

informative way. We are easily accessible from London Paddington & Oxford and always remember we are happy to carry your luggage so why not arrive by train, travel with us on a tour and then we can drop you off either back at the railway station in Moreton in Marsh or in Stow on the Wold or Bourton on the Water.

If you are a keen rambler and fancy a day off from walking across the area then our tours provide you with excellent value for money.

Now one of my favourite circular walk with my four legged friend ‘Storm’ starts above the village of Evenlode, parking available near the village green. You will see a wooden gate, with ‘kissing gate’ to the right, you now entering ‘Dolly’s Field’ follow the path diagonally across to the right up over the stile and through the small wood, head through the swing gate and carry straight on up over another stile and you will meet the road. Turn left along Rose Terrace and then bear right into Horn Lane, follow this country road which turns into a track up into Chastleton. At the wooden gate turn left into the treeline drive which leads to Chastleton House, now owned by the National Trust. If you’re thirsty take advantage of the tea & cakes served at the local Church. Follow the road down passed Chastleton gates until you see a left hand turn passing a row of farm labourer’s cottages and down the hill towards the fields surrounding Evenlode. At this time of year you will pass fields of swaying barley and cows grazing, allow a couple of hours to stroll along and absorb the peace and quiet of this beautiful part of the word.

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