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Cotswold Way

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Jan 1, 2022

The Cotswold Way is a 100 mile footpath from Chipping Campden to Bath. It was inaugurated as a in 2007, and has created a number of new rights of ways.

Point Coordinates

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OS Grid Ref Notes
Start 51.375°N 2.359°W ST751640 Bath
51.426°N 2.401°W ST721697 Battle of Lansdowne
51.531°N 2.352°W ST756815 Old Sodbury
Somerset Monument 51.587°N 2.329°W ST772876 Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire
51.635°N 2.355°W ST755929 Wotton-under-Edge
Tyndale Monument 51.658°N 2.372°W ST743956 Tyndale Monument at North Nibley
51.678°N 2.350°W ST758978 Dursley
51.745°N 2.256°W SO823052 Stroud
51.786°N 2.193°W SO867098 Painswick
51.817°N 2.151°W SO896132 Cranham
51.864°N 2.074°W SO949184 Leckhampton
Highest point 51.919°N 2.007°W SO996245 Cleeve Hill
Sudeley Castle 51.947°N 1.956°W SP031276 Sudeley Castle
51.957°N 1.969°W SP022287 Winchcombe
Hailes Abbey 51.968°N 1.928°W SP050299 Hailes Abbey
51.991°N 1.913°W SP060326 Stanway
Broadway Tower 52.024°N 1.835°W SP113362 Broadway Tower
Broadway Hill 52.035°N 1.855°W SP100374 Broadway
End 52.053°N 1.773°W SP156395 Chipping Campden
Cotswold Way sign at the Battle of Lansdown

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