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When seasoned rambler, Steven Stryder, was sorting through his OS Maps looking for a new adventure, he came upon a tatty old book given to him by his grandfather. When a note and a sketchmap fell out, explaining that the key to his lost family fortune lay along the Cotswold Way, he packed his backpack and off he went. Can you help him find the answer and maybe share the reward?
The Cotswold Way Companion (N to S)
The Cotswold Way traces the escarpment of hills running from Chipping Campden in the north to Bath in the south. Boasting some of the most glorious walking territory in the UK, the Cotswolds, with its quintessentially English towns and villages, is popular with locals and tourists alike but not many take on the challenge of walking the entire length of the National Trail through the area. For those who do, this fun companion is intended to allow you to take a pause from time to time, explore some of the key sites on the route and enjoy completing a second - if more lighthearted - challenge as you go.
This is intended to be a companion Treasure Trail for those walking the 104 mile long Cotswold Way. It has been assumed that those participating will be equipped with a suitable guide to the route and as such directions within this Trail are minimal and should not be relied upon for getting from A to B. Clues are located at significant, well-marked and popular places of interest along the way. The entire route is 104 miles long and can be walked in stages or all in one go! Lots of excellent services provide B&B accommodation, baggage transfer, and sources of refreshment along the way. The Cotswold Way is steep in places and should not be tackled without appropriate footwear and equipment and only by those who consider themselves to be reasonably fit. Not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs.
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