Gloucestershire Way

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Gloucestershire Way
Mms chepstow castle from river wye.jpg
Chepstow Castle lies on the trail
Length 100 mi (161 km)
Location Gloucestershire, England
Trailheads Tutshill
51°38′53″N 2°39′58″W / 51.648°N 2.666°W / 51.648; -2.666
51°59′46″N 2°08′13″W / 51.996°N 2.137°W / 51.996; -2.137
Use Hiking

The Gloucestershire Way is a long-distance footpath, in the English country of Gloucestershire. It was devised by Gerry and Kate Stewart, of the Ramblers Association and Tewkesbury Walking Club. The 100 mile route which uses existing Rights of Way, goes from Tutshill, just north of Chepstow, crosses the river Severn at Gloucester, proceeding then to Tewkesbury, with a 'Worcestershire Way Link'.

In detail the stages are

Chepstow to Parkend - 13.5 miles
Parkend to May Hill - 14 miles
May Hill to Gloucester - 13 miles
Gloucester to Crickley - 12 miles
Crickley to Salperton - 12 miles
Salperton to Stow-on-the-Wold - 11 miles
Stow to Winchcombe - 13 miles
Winchcombe to Tewkesbury - 11.5 miles
Worcestershire Way Link - 12 miles.

External links[edit]


Stewart G (1996), The Gloucestershire Way, published by Countryside Matters, ISBN 0-9527870-0-8