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Cherington and Whichford, Warwickshire

Difficulty Leisurely

Walking time 5 hours

Length 13.0km / 8.1mi

Route developer: Roger Butler

Route checker: Tracy Keen

Start location Cherington (SP292365)
Route Summary This circular walk explores the hills, woods and views in the northern part of the Cotswolds AONB. Each quiet village is characterised by the local ironstone – which often resembles soft, crumbly gingerbread.
Reviews
1 review
Overall rating:
Jan 07, 2018
pamcartledge
(2 reviews)
I led this walk but starting and finishing in Whichford. Great when clear skies- a good mix of hills, woods and great views. The tea room at Whichford pottery is well worth a visit but closed from Christmas to March
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