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    Painswick and Edge Circular Walk

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    281 m
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    Painswick and Edge Circular Walk

    Explore the incredible Cotswolds countryside on the Painswick and Edge Circular Walk. This walk explores the rolling hills and historic towns between Painswick and Edge. The lush landscapes, big views of the Severn valley, and the many animals and livestock along the route make this walk particularly memorable.

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    Route Description for Painswick and Edge Circular Walk

    The Painswick and Edge Circular begins in charming Painswick. Enjoy strolling the streets lined with buildings built from the iconic honey-coloured brick before you leave the village. The route will lead you into the beautiful rolling countryside. Some of the route can get muddy and slippery, so ensure you wear your walking boots.

    You’ll come across lots of livestock during your walk, so dogs should be kept on a lead. The path includes sections of public paths that go through private property. After you enjoy the beautiful scenery and remote countryside views, you’ll end up back in Painswick, where you’ll find some nice pubs and cafes for some after-walk refreshments.

    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 Painswick and Edge Circular Walk Trailhead

    There are a few bus stops and lots of local parking in Painswick. To get to the Painswick and Edge Circular walk down New St until you reach the Painswick Church, when you reach the church make sure to follow the route down New Street, in the direction away from Victoria Square and Town Hall.

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