Snowshill – Stanway – Stanton – Snowshill

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This interesting walk commences at Snowshill, a remote and attractive Cotswolds village with an attractive manor-house (National Trust) and passes through some dense woodland to Stanton, another picturesque village. There then follows a fairly steep climb up the Cotswolds escarpment, with magnificent views of surrounding countryside, before returning to Snowshill.

England - South West England - Gloucestershire - Cotswolds


Great Views, Hills or Fells, National Trust, Pub, Wildlife
11/10/2022 - Sally Williams

Started this walk. All great. When you reach 6. At the stone barn. Enter the wood. Not one arrow. No signs at all. Walked 3 miles round a rabbit warren of paths. Turned round and went back to Snowshill. If someone can come up with a clear direction at 6 through Lidcombe wood. Can you tell me. Really want to do this walk.

2/7/2020 - Stuart Berry

Completed this walk from the free car park which has spaces for 35 cars. This meant total mileage was 7.83 on my Garmin. Total time was just over 3 hours. Pub was unfortunately closed between 3pm and 6pm for the winter period. Overall very enjoyable.

12/8/2013 - Noel and Lesley Johnson

This is one our favourite walks. For a change this time we started at Stanton and on reaching Stanway we combined walk 108 (Stanway - Beckbury Monument - Stanway) to make the best of a good December day. Just over 10 miles. Great!

3/13/2013 - Gary Scotton

Terrific walk, with many superb views. Please be aware there is now a free car park, just outside the village at grid reference SP 096 340 or latitude 52.004689, longitude -1.860321

10/14/2012 - Timothy Herring

Great walk, with some superb views. Stopped for lunch at the excellent and dog friendly 'Mount Inn' at Stanton, just a few paces off the walk. Only problem, hadn't realised what a steep climb it was immediately afterwards, and maybe regretted that second pint!

4/9/2007 - karl noon

This is a fantastic walk with great views, we did this walk on a loverly day with lots of blue skys.The villages you pass through are beautiful and theres one hell of a climb up the last hill but it made the Cider taste great and well earned when we got to the pub back in Snowshill. Highly recommended.   

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