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OCTOBER

Wed 4

10:00

Moderate
7 miles (11.3 km)
4 hours
0 places remaining

Sorry - walk fully booked

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Views from Dursley’s Hamlets

OCTOBER

Wed 4

10:00

0 places left
Moderate
7 miles (11.3 km)
4 hours

Sorry - walk fully booked

Walk leader: Richard Harris
Organisation: Dursley Rambling Club
Starting point: Dursley – Kingshill Road (Outside Lidl)
Post code of start: GL11 4EJ

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Map to start point:

Details of the walk:

A circular walk leaving Kingshill through Upper Cam, pass the old railway line and church and up to Upthorpe. We will then circle alongside the Christmas Tree plantation and on down to the Rackleaze Nature Reserve. The walk rises through Lower Cam and over the top and on to Taits Hill. Crossing the road we will walk up to Stinchcombe pass the Rugby Club and on up the green lane to the top of Stinchcombe Hill. Following the Cotswolds Way we traverse around a section of the hill before dropping down through the woods back into Kingshill.

Special areas of interest:
This walk visits a number of Hamlets surrounding Dursley using field or woodland footpaths . There is a mix of level and rising sections each giving wonderful views across Berkeley Vale to the Severn and beyond into the Forest of Dean and the Welsh Hills. There is one steep hill up and down and a number of stiles.
Please note the following information for this walk:
  • Please bring drinks and refreshments
BOOKING
There are 0 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).

Dogs are not permitted on the walk, except for registered assistance dogs.  This is for the comfort and safety of all the walkers in the group.

Please email secretary@dursleywelcomeswalkers.org.uk  if you have any specific needs that will help you enjoy this walk and we will do our best to accommodate them.

Accommodation

If you need somewhere to stay during the festival, contact the Ashen Plains campsite. They have pitches for tents and caravans and also shepherd hut style accommodation. 

You can also find a list of places to stay around Dursley on the Town Council website.

Sorry - walk fully booked

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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