Edgeworth to Bisley Walk
Explore the beautiful Cotswolds countryside on the Edgeworth to Bisley Walk. This circular walk begins in the charming village of Edgeworth and ventures into the open fields and rolling hills of Gloucestershire. You’ll walk through picturesque wooded areas and cross a few streams as you walk towards the village of Bisley.
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Route Description for Edgeworth to Bisley Walk
The Edgeworth to Bisley Walk is a circular route between two charming Cotswolds villages. Walk through the fields and up a few hills as you travel towards Bisley. On this walk, you’ll encounter a few streams that you’ll have to cross, so make sure to wear your wellies! You can take a break for refreshments in Bisley before you begin the second half of the circuit back to Edgeworth.
The trail goes through some varied terrain, including tarmac, small trails, and through a few small streams, so it is great for families and dogs, but it is not great for strollers.
Consider a Walking Holiday in the Cotswolds
One of the best ways to experience this stunning Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is by booking a pre-planned adventure tour in the Cotswolds. Find the famous self-guided Cotswolds Way and other amazing guided and self-guided tours on 10Adventures Tours.
Getting to the Edgeworth to Bisley Walk Trailhead
To get to the path to begin the Edgeworth to Bisley walk, travel to Edgeworth. Just outside of the village, you’ll find the beginning of the path on School Lane, situated just below the Farm Road junction.
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