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Abbots Pool

Abbots Pool Circular Walk

– If you’re looking for a short, woodland walk with some interesting history, ducks to feed, and a lovely spot for a picnic, Abbots Pool circular walk is for you! WALK INFORMATION: Distance: 1.85 miles/3 kmWalk Time: 1 – 1.5 hours (longer with picnic stop)OS Map: Landranger 172; Explorer 155Elevation: 35mDog Friendly: Yes (keep on […]

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Views from Draycott Sleights

Draycott Sleights Circular Walk

Draycott Sleights Circular Walk This walking route takes in far-reaching views over the Somerset Levels from the southern slopes of the Mendip Hills. The panoramic views from Draycott Sleights are some of the finest in Somerset – reaching as far as the Quantock hills, Exmoor, Dorset and the south coast of Wales. Walk Information: Distance:

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Cadbury Camp Walk

Cadbury Camp Circular Walk

Cadbury Camp Circular Walk This walking route takes in far-reaching views over the Somerset Levels from the top of Cadbury Camp. Cadbury Camp is the site of an Iron Age Hillfort. Walk Information: Distance: 2.75 Miles (4.4 km)OS Map: Landranger 172; Explorer 154Elevation: 120 mDog Friendly: Yes (beware of live stock) Start/Finish Grid Ref: 51.439359, -2.780869

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People at the Market Cross in Castle Combe

Castle Combe Circular Walk

Castle Combe Circular Walk This walking route starts from Castle Combe in the Cotswolds, often called the prettiest village in England. The circular route takes in quiet country lanes and footpaths, wooded combes, ancient bridges and a pretty brook. Walk Information: Distance: 2.7 Miles (4.3 km)OS Map: Landranger 173; Explorer 156Elevation: 83mDog Friendly: Yes Start/Finish Grid

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Packhorse bridge in Castle Combe

Visit Castle Combe in the Cotswolds: Things to do with Kids

Are you planning a trip to The Cotswolds? The Cotswolds is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, famous for its charming towns and villages, rolling countryside, storybook cottages and stately homes. The Cotswolds cover an area of nearly 800 square miles, mainly over the counties of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire, but also Wiltshire, Somerset, Worcestershire and

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Blaise Castle Circular Walk

Blaise Castle Estate, on the edge of Bristol, is the perfect place for a family walk and day out. Walk Information: Distance: 4 .1 Miles (6.6km)OS Map: Landranger 172; Explorer 155Elevation: 144mDog Friendly: YesStart/Finish Grid Ref: ST 55890 78659 (Car Park)W3W: lived.empty.mealAccessibility: Unsuitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs on most of the routeParking: Free on Kings

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Walk to Glastonbury Tor

Glastonbury Tor Circular Walk

– If you’re looking for a family walk with a bit of everything, this is the one for you! WALK INFORMATION: Distance: 2.5 miles/4 kmWalk Time: 1.5 hoursOS Map: Landranger 182/183; Explorer 141Elevation: 140mDog Friendly: Yes (keep on a lead at the Tor due to grazing livestock)Start/Finish Grid Ref: ST50374 38593Accessibility: The Tor is steep

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View over the Gordano Valley

Clapton in Gordano Walk

Clapton-in-Gordano Round This walking route takes in spectacular views over the Gordano Valley, reaching as far as Wales on a clear day. The route includes the option of extending it to Cadbury Camp – an Iron Age Hill Fort managed by The National Trust. Walk Information: Distance: 2 Miles (3.2 km); or 5.2 Miles (8.4

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