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A delightful walk on the highest point of the Cotswold range, possibly the most popular location with walkers in county. With it’s steady climbs throughout it can be quite demanding at times but worth it. We start by the three radio masts on the south side of the hill, heading out over the common with its grazing heard of Galloway cattle, past an isolated disused farm on the way to the Neolithic long barrow of Belas knap which dates back to 4500bc. We then retrace our steps a little to join the well trodden Cotswold way path, winding down through a wiry wood and then up past the charming Postlip hall, a beautiful Jacobean manor house. Our route then brings us to the interesting washpool, historically used by farmers in past to wash their flocks of sheep. We finish with a sharp incline towards the towering masts, bringing us back to where we started.


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