Cleeve Hill Circular

Cleeve Hill Circular

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The Cleeve Hill Circular Trail is a scenic walking route located in the Cotswolds, England. Cleeve Hill is the highest point in the Cotswolds, offering stunning panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The circular trail typically starts and ends at the Cleeve Hill Visitor Centre and covers approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) of varied terrain, including grassy paths, woodland trails, and sections of the Cotswold Way National Trail.

Along the route, walkers can enjoy picturesque vistas, abundant wildlife, and the tranquil ambiance of the Cotswold countryside. Highlights of the walk include the historic Belas Knap Neolithic burial mound and the charming villages of Winchcombe and Woodmancote.

The trail is well-signposted, making it relatively easy to navigate, but it's always a good idea to bring a map or guidebook just in case. Additionally, be sure to wear sturdy footwear and dress appropriately for the weather, as conditions can change quickly, especially at higher elevations. Overall, the Cleeve Hill Circular Trail offers a delightful outdoor experience for walkers of all abilities, showcasing the natural beauty and rich history of the Cotswolds.

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1. Start

Altitude: 223 m

2. Finish

Altitude: 223 m

3. Cleeve Hill Circular

Altitude: 223 m
Distance:6435
Elapsed Time:2164
Avg Speed:2.3103914989141
Min Altitude:207
Max Altitude:316
Climb:194
Descent:194