A lovely, circular hike from a historic market town, leading you through stunning Cotswold scenery and hilltop villages.
This circular Hike takes you on a beautiful tour through one of the UK’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Setting off from the sweet little station at Moreton-in-Marsh, the scene couldn’t be more ‘Cotswolds.’ With lovely old limestone cottages and quaint tearooms lining the high street, it’s a perfect introduction to the day ahead. Offering a mixture of rolling, green hills and vibrant, pastoral scenes, there are plenty of views along the way to keep you going.
The Horse and Groom pub presents itself just at the right time on the Hike and is the perfect spot for a breather or a refreshment – or both! If the surrounding views and spectacular trees along the way aren’t enough, there are also two fascinating estates to marvel at. The last third of the walk is especially kind as it’s downhill all the way back to Moreton-in-Marsh, as you take in more of the stunning landscape. This is a more gentle walk, with lots to see along the way.
Curator: Bertie Hicks
• Exploring one of the UK’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
• The epic views across the Cotswolds
• Spotting the wide range of trees at Sezincote, especially the Lebanese cedars
• Passing through quaint villages off the beaten track