Stourton - Whichford

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Beginning at the pretty little village of Stourton, this walk visits the larger village of Whichford, a lovely setting of dwellings of local stone and which boasts its own pottery and a very large wood. The route affords wonderful views over splendid countryside where hills and streams, trees and valleys capture the travellers's gaze, imparting the serenity of peaceful English landscape.

England - Central England - Warwickshire - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Lake/Loch, Pub, Wildlife, Woodland
6/8/2018 - avril mccartan

This walk needs to be checked,as the first half was so overgrown and unwalked that it was very difficult to find our way. It was quite a battle and,on one occasion,we could have fallen into a rather large hole. We gave up at point 9 when faced with a muddy area and no track in sight. 8 to 11 don't seem to be needed anyway. Started again at 11 and the paths were then okay. However, we must have gone wrong,as we certainly didn't arrive back as suggested.

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