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Cheltenham Circular Footpath

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Publication Type
Guidebook
ISBN
9781873877173
Date Published
1996
Size
206 x 144
Number of Pages
40pp
Purchase Info
Second-hand copies may be available
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Publisher's information 2008

The Circular footpath is just over 25 miles long, encircles Cheltenham and is based on existing rights of way. The route passes through some very attractive countryside.

The walk in this guide has been divided into 12 parts each with its own map and notes. Further information, indicated by numbers in the text, may be found at the back of the booklet. Suggestions regarding buses, parking and refreshments are also provided.

This guide has been written by ten local members of the Ramblers Association and the Cotswold Voluntary Warden Service.

The cover shows the Devils Chimney from a painting by the famous David Bellamy and the maps and illustrations are by Cotswold artist Peter Reardon.

A publication by REARDON PUBLISHING the Cotswold Publisher a family run publishing house based in the Cotswolds using local authors and having the books printed in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, Reardon Publishing are also able to offer a whole range of Cotswold books along with maps and videos mostly in the specialised subjects of Walking, Cycling, Driving, and tourism in both the Cotswolds and associated Counties.


Paths Covered by this Publication:

40 km / 25 miles

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