A walk of panoramic views north and south along the Cotswold Edge and from the top of Stinchcombe hill

Most of the walk is through open country with a real sense of space; only the main ascent and descent of the Cotswold Edge are in woods.

Around the top of Stinchcombe Hill the path takes arguably the most attractive section of the Cotswold Way and offers several good locations for a picnic stop. There is one stiff and two much shorter climbs. Thanks to Chris Keeling for his work on the maps.

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