Walk one of the many trails to explore the honey-coloured villages and towns, the rolling green hills and pastures full of wildflowers sheep and wildlife of the quintessential English Landscape. Footpaths criss-cross the Cotswolds making it possible to walk many miles to and from other areas in the country. The Cotswold Way stretching from Bath to Chipping Campden is a 14-day walk. Explore part of the Shakespearean way in a five-mile section from The Rollroght Stones to Chipping Norton. The Wychavon way near Snowshill was created to celebrate the Queen’s jubilee in 1977. The 40 mile Blossom Trail follows the river Avon in the Vale of Evesham. Perhaps you might like to follow the figure eight circular route of the Winchcombe Way to explore the hills around Sudeley Castle and the Roman Mosaic in Spoonly Wood. Cleeve Hill and Common is the highest common in the Cotswolds has breathtaking views towards the Malvern Hills and beyond. The Diamond Way is 65 miles long and stretches from Northleach through Guiting Power and to Chipping Campden. The Windrush Way is a challenging 14-mile circular walk linking The Cotswold Way at Winchcombe with the Oxfordshire Way at Bourton on the Water. The Leckhampton Loop is an archetypal Cotswold walk. This circular walk takes you through grassland, ancient woodland and finishes with an Iron Age Fort and Victorian Quarry.