The Cotswold Way is a long distance National Trail of approximately 100 miles in length. The walk provides long distance views from the Cotswold escarpment as it journeys through picturesque towns and villages, over open top hills, along escarpment ridges and through ancient woodland as well as passing a number of well known ancient sites. I completed the Cotswold Way National Trail over seven days of walking as part of my Great British Walk
in the summer of 2011. Follow my walk by clicking the links to each stage below. The stage reports include statistics for each days walking and lots of photographs I took while walking along the route. Links to well known locations on the route, notable landmarks and many more points of interest are provided within the body of my reports.