Snowshill Circular Walk 20th August 2018
Only 6 members for this walk, 2 cars used. Thank you Richard, for driving.
This beautiful walk led us from the picturesque village of Snowshill with its celebrated Manor House; followed by part of the Cotswold Way along the escarpment and the site of the Shenberrow iron age hill fort; over hilltops, down valleys and through shaded woodlands. This was a slightly more challenging walk than we had done for some time but we were rewarded by the most splendid views over the countryside. The ascent of the scarp was over gentle gradients. We stopped to eat our lunch at the top of the scarp and admire the panoramic views. After lunch it was all downhill back to our cars at Snowshill.
We saw 3 groups of horse riders, apparently from stables near to Snowshill.
Thank you to those that walked. Out next long walk, will hopefully, be from Winchcombe to Toddington, 5 miles.
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