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OCTOBER

Sat 8

09:30

Strenuous
11.5 miles (18.5 km)
6 hours
places remaining

17

South Linear: Valleys of Wotton

If you attending the festival this week, please consider a donation if you are able.

This will keep the festival free for the community in 2023

OCTOBER

Sat 8

09:30

places left
Strenuous
11.5 miles (18.5 km)
6 hours
Walk leader: Mick Thorpe
Organisation: Dursley Rambling Club
Starting point: Dursley – Sainsbury’s Bus Stop
Post code of start: GL11 4BP

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Map to start point:

Details of the walk:

Our transport will take us to The Hunters Hall pub at Kingscote where we will set off down the Ozleworth Valley. After climbing up to Newark Park we then walk down to Combe before climbing back up to follow the ridge looking over Wootton. We continue through the woods to Brackenbury Ditches and then follow the Cotswold Way to Nibley Monument. After enjoying the views we head downhill to Forthay and on to pick up the Cotswold Way again leading to a final climb up and over Stinchcombe Hill to return to Dursley centre.
This walk has great views all the way and a total ascent of about 1,650 feet.


There is additional parking today for this walk in the nearby Community Centre car park.

Special areas of interest:
Ozleworth House and Lake, Newark Park House, Brackenbury Ditches fort, Robert Raikes Monument.
Additional costs required:
Dursley Welcomes Walkers is funding the coach to enable everyone to access a fine linear walk during the festival.

If you are able, we appreciate donations using the link below which will allow us to offer this facility at next year’s festival
Please note the following information for this walk:
  • No Dogs please, except for registered assistance dogs
  • Please bring drinks and refreshments
  • Please bring a packed lunch
  • Coach transport will take you from the meeting point to the start of the walk
BOOKING
There are places remaining on this walk. To join this free walk click below. You will then be able to enter the number of places you would like (up to a max of 6).

Our goal is to provide a free walking festival for the local community and visitors to our beautiful countryside. We also work on projects throughout the year to improve access to walking activities.

Only if you are able, please consider making a donation online to allow this to continue in 2024. 

Please note everyone is invited to book, attend and enjoy the festival regardless.

SUGGESTED DONATION:
£5 PER WALKER

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