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The incredible variety of the Cotswold Way is once again explored by this stunning little walk. From woodland tracks to open hilltops, it leads you around the intriguing ancient history of Uley Bury to the more recent remains of a pestilent past. Even the few hillside climbs are rewarded by compass-wide views that spread out all around you back into the heart of the Cotswolds and across the Severn Estuary into Wales... At Point 2 on the map take the path to the left to follow around the Hill Fort and join up with point 6.
- Distance: 1½ miles
- Duration: ¾ - 1½ hours
- Difficulty: Moderate to difficult – Some steps and steep sections
- Public transport: Stagecoach West 65 from Stroud (differs to PDF)
- Parking: is available at The Old Crown, Uley for customers only.
- Refreshments: The Old Crown (check opening hours)
Points of Interest:
- Uley Bury - A scarpe-edge Iron Age hill fort, dating from around 300 BC, extends 13 hectares above Uley, with views of the Severn Valley.