16 exciting full colour self-guided walks leaflets have been published for use in all weathers, containing:
● Water resistant leaflets in full colour with illustrations
● Directions on an OS base
● Interesting key features
● Download a GPX file for each walk to navigate using your mobile phone. Click on the buttons below.
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Tetbury footpath group
Please download "Walks around Tetbury" leaflet that contains important information to be read in conjunction with any of the walk leaflets.
Walks around Tetbury
Important information to be read in conjunction with the walk leaflets
1. Wander Round the farms
A relatively easy walk of approx. 5.5 miles - use an old coach road and see farms north of Tetbury.
2. Tetbury’s Lung
An easy circular walk of approx. 4 miles - through Preston Park to Little Lark Hill and back via Long Newnton. Change detail: the stile referred to in the paragraph at the bottom of the first column has been replaced with a kissing gate.
3. The Mill and the Fosse (Revised)
Discover the River Avon, a Roman road, an old mill and a fine country estate. 10.5km/6.5 miles. About 3.5 hrs.
Please do not use the original version of this walk.
4. Parks and Rides
An easy circular walk of approx. 5.5 miles - through lovely horsey parkland to a pretty village and return via a secluded valley. There is the opportunity stop at a pub for drinks or lunch.
5. Good Manors
A relatively easy walk of 5 miles along long established green lanes passing Highgrove (the home of TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall) and the hamlet of Doughton.
6. Hare & Hounds
A relatively easy circular walk of approx. 6.5 miles - down quiet country lanes to an old coaching inn and Highgrove (the home of TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall). There is an opportunity to stop at a pub for drinks or lunch. Can be extended to include Walk 7.
7. Westonbirt – The Holford Legacy
An easy 3 mile walk around and through the Westonbirt Arboretum to the village and back through Westonbirt School. This walk involves a short drive to the starting point; although it can be added to Walk 6.
8. The Circle & District Line
A relatively easy short circular walk of 1¼ miles in and around the town centre, taking in many of the town’s historic features. There are numerous opportunities in the town for refreshments.
9. Tetbury’s Genesis
A relatively easy short 1½ mile walk into the country all around St. Mary’s Church. There are numerous opportunities in the town for refreshments.
10. To Be or Not To Be
An easy 2¼ mile pleasant country walk to the old hamlet of Long Furlong, through local fields; but with rather a lot of stiles.
11. Of Princes and Paupers
A relatively easy 5½ walk through pastoral countryside and a secluded valley passing Highgrove (the home of TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall) and a hermit’s cave.
12. Inspiring Tetbury
An easy circular walk of approx.. 3.5 miles never leaving sight of St Marys' church. There are numerous opportunities in the town for refreshments.
13. Seeking Tetbury’s Heritage
A relatively easy 5½ mile walk taking in Chavenage House (where the TV series Poldark was filmed) and a hermit’s cave. There are numerous opportunities in the town for refreshments.
14. To Avening with views of Royal Parkland
A relatively easy 8½ mile circular walk to Avening and back with views of Gatcombe Park (the home of HRH The Princess Royal), Chavenage House (where the TV series Poldark was filmed) and an opportunity to break for refreshments.
15. Poldark to Cromwell
A relatively easy 4½ mile walk offering the opportunity to see the house where the TV series Poldark was filmed (Chavenage Manor) and the historic Beverstone Castle. This walk involves a short drive to the start/finish point at Chavenage Green.
16. Lark Rise to Nailsworth
A relatively easy 6½ mile walk passing through wolds and woodland to Nailsworth and back. This walk involves a short drive to the start/finish point at Chavenage Green (near here the TV series Lark Rise to Candleford was filmed). Nailsworth has numerous opportunities to stop for drinks or lunch.