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    New Yatt Circular Walk


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    The New Yatt Circular Walk is an amazing, family-friendly adventure that will allow you to experience the beautiful landscapes that can be found in the eastern portion of The Cotswolds AONB. While out exploring this charming trail, you will traverse a variety of terrain that stretches across the rolling green hills, picturesque fields, and coursing rivers that characterize the landscape here. There is likely to be livestock grazing in the area, so make sure to keep your dog on a lead to avoid any interactions.

    Route Description for New Yatt Circular Walk

    Walking the New Yatt Circular is a fun experience for outdoor enthusiasts of most skill levels, allowing you to appreciate the beauty and charm of the picturesque country landscapes of Oxfordshire. Setting out from the trailhead in New Yatt, you will make your way north and leave the village behind, traversing the open farmland to pass by Bridewell Farm House. From here, you will continue on to the northeast and pass through a lovely stretch of woodland terrain, crossing over the winding banks of the River Evenlode to reach a railway bridge. Head across and continue the loop through the countryside, passing by the village of Stonesfield and following the trail as it skirts along the edge of the river. Reaching your initial crossing point over the River Evenlode, head to the southeast and make your way across a number of fields, turning to the southwest once you reach the Church of St. Mary’s just outside of North Leigh. From here, make your way across the fields along the edge of the village to return to the starting point of your walk.

    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 New Yatt Circular Walk Trailhead

    To reach the trailhead for the New Yatt Circular Walk from Long Hanborough, head to the northwest on Main Road/A4095 for 2.9 km and turn right onto Park Road. After 1.0 km, continue straight onto New Yatt Road and follow it for 1.1 km, before making a right onto Farm Lane. here, you will find roadside parking.

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