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August Walks

July 30, 2017

Friday 4th August                         Snitterfield                             Easy   5 miles

 


Summer's evening walk & pub meal. We start by exploring the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust preservation site of Snitterfield Bushes before wandering through fields of gold towards Langley & return along the Monarch's Way to Snitterfield

 

Sunday 6th August             Stanton, near Broadway             Easy   9 miles, with some hills

 

 

A delightful varied route with excellent walking interspersed with features of historic and architectural interest.

 

Sunday 13th August            Severn Springs. near Cheltenham            Easy 10 miles

 

 

This delightful walk begins on the Cotswolds Way at the source of the River Thames at Seven Springs (for those who are interested there is an information board and steps down to the source) and carries on up Leckhampton Hill to give wonderful views of Cheltenham and surrounding areas, before moving on towards Crickley Hill and Park from which wonderful views towards the Malverns and beyond can be seen on a clear day. We then join the Gloucester Way which will take us through delightful countryside and villages back to the start.

 

 

Sunday 20th August                Bromyard Downs                          Moderate 9 miles

 

 

A varied, undulating walk with panoramic views, from Bromyard Downs, through National Trust Brockhampton Estate, returning via Bringsty Common. Lots of points of interest along the way!

 

 

 

Sunday 27th August        Crugyn Ci , near Rhayader        Moderate/Strenuous 8.5 miles

 

 

Between the Elan valley reservoirs and the Wye valley the Elenydd plateau is partially split by a tumbling stream. The walk takes the ridges that define that stream’s valley, ridges which offer fine views of the Wye and Elan valleys.    We will be walking to the standing stone of Maen Serth.  From there we will cross the road and pass Roman Camp and walk to the trig point at Crugyn Ci via Crugyn Gwyddel, returning to the start via the lower path taking in the waterfalls above Nant Gwynllyn.

 

 

 

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