This book will help you to get the most out of walking the Cotswold Way – it focuses on the main points of interest and where to get the best views. If you hadn’t thought about stepping out on the Cotswold Way, hopefully you will after reading it. If you’ve decided to walk the trail, or just a section of it – perhaps one of its Circular Walks – it will add considerably to your anticipation and enjoyment. If you’ve already walked on the trail, it will help you to remember the good times you had and, perhaps, whet your appetite to come back to see what you missed.
“A fabulous reference, full of a love for the Cotswolds and the gorgeous country walking the area offers … Proud and honoured to have played a small part in the book’s creation’. Mark Richards, outdoor writer and linescape artist.
A beautifully produced and very interesting companion to the Cotswold Way”, Coach House Books, Pershore
“It’s ’THE’ experts guide to the Cotswold Way. Very happy to be selling it”. Cleeve Bookshop, Bishops Cleeve
The book is the work of people with great knowledge and experience of the trail: members of the Cotswold Way Association and Cotswold Voluntary Wardens who patrol the trail and lead walks on it. Also, proceeds from sales will go towards the upkeep and improvement of the trail.
Browse through this PREVIEW for details of the book’s contents, along with illustrations of the types of improvement projects the book’s proceeds will be spent on.
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You might like to know that there’s also a series of Audio Guides based on the ten stage chapters of “The Cotswold Way Companion”. These involve collaboration with Ben Floyd, founder of a local Bristol-based artificial intelligence start-up (Guide.AI). Each guide is around 4,000 words in total and, like the book’s chapters, broken down into bite-sized sections taking just a few minutes to listen to. Listen HERE to hear to confirm the excellent sound quality. Each guide costs £2.95, of which 40 per cent will go to support maintaining and improving the Cotswold Way. Just download the appropriate app for your device and follow the instructions to see the guides available.