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Walks with Cirencester ramblers (GR01) Cirencester ramblers

If you’re not yet a member you’re welcome to try a few walks with us for free.
Supporting us (from only £2-£3 per month) helps keep local footpaths open for everyone to walk.

Midweek Walks

Join the Cirencester group for a 8.0 mile moderate walk.

From Winchcombe to Postlip Mills, along the Cotswold Way then along the edge of Breakheart Plantation, on to Belas Knap, Humblebee Cottages and Sudeley Castle before returning to the cars. One long climb then steady downhill. Two refreshment stops

Join the Cirencester group for a 4.0 mile easy walk.

From Siddington the route takes us along the old Thames-Severn Canal passing an Alpaca Farm to South Cerney and returning via the Churn Valley and disused railway track.  Opportunity for drink at the Greyhound after the walk

Join the Cirencester group for a 4.5 mile leisurely walk.

From Tetbury through Blind Lane into open fields, then past Broadfield Farm, Highfield, Ilsome Farm before returning to Tetbury. Couple of short ascents and 10 stiles

Weekend Walks

Join the Cirencester group for a 6.0 mile leisurely walk.

From Clanfield church we follow the stream through the village, then across fields to Little Clanfield. We continue across fields and on the edge of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds to Alvescot, very close to Brize Norton. We return via fields to the start. Sunday lunch is available at the Clanfield Tavern, if pre-ordered. Contact leaders for details. One refreshment stop.

Join the Cirencester group for a 9.0 mile moderate walk.

From Goodrich Castle car park (parking fee £1) we walk along the banks of the River Wye, at Welsh Bicknor.  The walk will continue by the river to Symonds Yat Rock then take the long steady climb over Coppet Hill to return to the Castle. There is a café at the Castle serving refreshments. Refreshment stops:  two.

Join the Cirencester group for a 6.0 mile moderate walk.

From Goodrich Castle car park (parking fee £1) we walk along the banks of the River Wye, at Welsh Bicknor we then take the short steady climb over Coppet Hill before returning to the Castle.  There is a café at the Castle serving refreshments. Refreshment stops: one.

Join the Cirencester group for a 7.0 mile moderate walk.

We start by ascending Walkers Hill, crossing a wildflower meadow before descending to Alton Barnes and the first refreshment stop at an excellent Tea Room. We then follow the canal to Stanton St Bernard before climbing Milk Hill to the highest point in Wiltshire, returning downhill back to the start. Two refreshment stops (one at the café).

Join the Cirencester group for a 5.0 mile easy walk.

A walk in the Bibury area to work up an appetite for all the strawberries, cream and cake.  Water stops only.

STRAWBERRY TEA hosted by Halina Tipper