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Evenlode : an exploration of a Cotswold river


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Publication Type
Guidebook (spiral bound)
Gordon Ottewell
Date Published
208 x 152 mm
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Publisher's information 2007

The River Evenlode rises in the heart of the Cotswolds and flows for thirty miles or so towards its confluence with the Thames just above Oxford. In doing so it passes through country rich in history and literary associations. Gordon Ottewell describes fifteen walks along public rights of way in the Evenlode Valley. The itineraries are prefaced by a full description of the background of each location, forming a valuable book for both the armchair and active walker.

Paths Covered by this Publication:

64 km / 40 miles

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