A challenge walk of 52 miles.  It is self-supporting.  There are no checkpoints, no food, no drinks.  But the route takes in a number of picturesque Cotswold villages and towns.
You will need to provide evidence of completing the walk in 24 hours.  As you buy food and water keep your receipts.  ATM receipts are acceptable.  And there are questions to answer as evidence of completion.

The challenge must be completed in 24 hours.  Certificates will be posted out and verification will act as a qualifier for the Elephant, Bear and Bull 100 in 2023.

Winchcombe car park (SP025283) to Chipping Campden along the Cotswold Way and then use the Diamond Way, the Heart of England Way and the Monarch's Way to Bourton on the Water, followed by a collection of footpaths to Brockhampton, where you cut short the Cotswold Ring to head back to Winchcombe.  The car park costs £1 for 24 hours and has toilets 20p.  Keep car park receipt, this is your start time, and get a new car park ticket when you return for your end time.  There are a number of questions in the route description for further evidence of completion. Please note the route description is very basic.  You will need to use a map and / or GPX with it. It makes no difference if you use the Cotswold Way or the Winchcombe Way on the return to Winchcombe.

Entrants must comply with all local and national COVID rules.  Entrants must read the Disclaimer under Challenge Walks.

Entries via Si Entries only.  It is on the 'Anytime Events' list which can be found below 'My Details'

Cotswold Ring Route Description

Cotswold Ring GPX