Cleeve Hill and Belas Knap

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This walk takes in Cleeve Hill, the highest point in the Cotswold range. Following an initial climb, there is easy walking along the plateau top across springy turf towards Belas Knap - one of the most interesting spots on the Cotswold Way. The walk follows parts of the Cotswold Way and the numerous fingerposts help make route finding easy along the numerous track junctions on Cleeve Common.

England - South West England - Gloucestershire - Cotswolds

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Ancient Monument, Birds, Great Views, Toilets
07/04/2007 - Stephen Harris

A very good walk with some simply stunning views. Very strenuous in places but very enjoyable. Belas Knap is not that great in itself (it's a big mound of earth) but still worth visiting. The power lines were buzzing like crazy, almost dangerously. The last section is very strenuous and directions given are a little vague but with a GPS and a good sense of direction you wont have any problems. The spring was great and all in all a good walk, deserving 9/10.

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