Sat, 17 Feb|
Winchcombe and Cleeve Hill
Winchcombe & Cleeve Hill - 10 miles
This beautiful walk will take us along open hill tops, fields and woodland.
Time & Location
17 Feb 2024, 10:00
Winchcombe and Cleeve Hill, Winchcombe, Cheltenham GL54, UK
About the event
This breathtaking walk will start in Winchcombe, a delightful unspoilt cotswold town. We will walk to Belas Knap which is an ancient Neolithic barrow and then make our way onto Cleeve Hill . After Cleeve Hill Trig point, we will stop for a break at the tea hut before making our way back to Winchcombe. Cleeve Hill is the highest point in Gloucestershire and is also the highest peak of the Cotswold Hills at 330 metres above sea level or 1,083 feet.
Length of Walk:
Approximately 10 miles
Good level of fitness required. This walk will be up and down hills.
No dogs, except assistance dogs.
Walks are carefully planned to ensure risks are minimised. However, outdoor walking activities can carry a risk of personal accident and/or injury. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement.
Please ensure that you are aware of the level of physical activity that will be undertaken during your walk, and that you are suitably equipped. You must be satisfied that you are medically and physically fit to participate.
Walking the Hills accepts no responsibility for personal accidents or injury or for loss or damage to personal effects. We strongly recommend you have personal insurance to cover these risks.
A week before the walk a detailed information sheet will be emailed to you, with details of meeting point and parking information.
Winchcombe to Cleeve Hill£15.00