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GLOUCESTERSHIRE & the COTSWOLDS "The home of the Cotswolds", one of our premier UK walking areas. It's pretty stone villages and undulating rural landscape captures all that you expect of England. The paths are well marked and the walking is easy, have a cream tea, sleep in four poster bed, get the picture!
WILTSHIRE It has a lot more to offer than you might imagine. The locals say "it's as different as chalk and cheese", this refers to the contrast between the wooded Cotswold valley's of the north western section and the sweeping downland in the east and south, try them both. If you are interested in Neolithic sites look no further, Stonehenge and Avebury stone circles are world famous and there's a lot more ancient sites to see. Go to www.visitwiltshire.co.uk to learn more. Footpaths are in pretty good shape but if you do have a complaint send an e mail to email@example.com
BATH & N. E. SOMERSET This is a new County formed from Bath (which was in Avon) and part of Somerset. The northern part of the county encompasses the last gasp of the Cotswolds as they plunge down to Bath while agricultural downland dominates the south. Nine years ago I stopped producing routes in the County due to the poor state of footpaths in its south west section. Things have improved a lot since then I am delighted to say I have restarted the mapping programme. Hopefully by the end of 2010 I will have twenty routes to offer.
EXMOOR This area is not a county but a National Park comprising part of Somerset and part of North Devon. It is one of England's smallest National Parks but if you think this means it has less to offer you would be wrong, there is more variety packed within it's boundaries than any other park in the UK. Nowhere else can you find so many routes that include coastal walking, moorland, and wooded river valleys. It is truly world class and one of my favourite destinations in the UK.