Tresham - Alderley - Tresham

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Tresham is a remote village, sitting high on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment, which consists of old stone cottages and farms surrounding a little Anglican church. Alderley lies at the bottom of the escarpment and has a number of notable buildings, including the elegant church, rebuilt in 1802, but the tower was retained from the original building, dating back to 1450. There is also a folly on top of Winner Hill, overlooking the village.

The walk follows good tracks for most of its length from Tresham to Alderley, then returns by following the Cotswold Way and Monarch's Way.

England - South West England - Gloucestershire - Cotswolds

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Church, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Lake/Loch, Public Transport, Wildlife
05/05/2015 - s harrison

Did this walk today (5/5/15). Lovely straightforward & virtually totally off road walk.To be noted by dog owners that this walk goes through farmland pasture for much of the way & at this time of year fields are full of sheep & cows necessitating long stretches on lead for dogs. I think this would be a great winter walk as it is largely on tracks & in the winter much of the livestock will be inside.

27/11/2011 - Bertie The Dog

Have just done this walk today (27/11/11). It's an easy, gentle, shortish walk, but glad we did it. Pick a bright sunny day for this one coz the views are superb, which is what makes this walk so good. It is really easy to follow, and then take a moment to sit on one of the benches at the very end of the walk, to drink in the view. Enjoy!!

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