Taddington - Cutsdean - Ford - Taddington

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Starting from the tiny village of Taddington, the walk heads south, passing through Cutsdean and then Ford. Look out for the 19th Century stone sheep wash in Cutsdean, which saw much use at the height of the woollen industry that dominated this area. It became customary to wash the fleeces prior to shearing, which would give a much higher price at market.

Heading out of Ford, the walk goes gently uphill following the gallops. If you are lucky, you may see a racehorse in training go past you as you walk up here. Despite the large height gain, which is difficult to get away from on Cotswold walks, all the hills are very gentle and are easy climbs, so despite its length, this is a very pleasant walk that is not too challenging.

England - South West England - Gloucestershire - Cotswolds


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