Route: Cotswold Way (United Kingdom)

Submitted by Mark DARBYSHIRE on Tue, 08/25/2020 - 02:19am
United Kingdom
102 mi
Vertical Gain
13,075 ft

The Cotswold Way National Trail is a scenic, undulating route through quiet Cotswold countryside following the ridge through the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) via the villages of BroadwayWinchcombe, Dursley and Wotton-under-Edge. An attractive and popular trail that offers beautiful rural surroundings with facilities and services always near to hand.

The 102 mile route starts at Chipping Campden and ends at Bath.

This route seems to be run as a race each September:  Supported FKTs are likely to be set in the race.

GPS Track


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If your planning to undertake this route there is lots of information about Chipping Campden here.  Places to stay, eat, shop etc before or after your journey.  Most people start here and go south to Bath.  I guess because south is downhill right?

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I was thinking of having a crack at a self supported record. Is an open tracker enough proof.