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To assist you in the planning of your walk and to accompany you along the way, we offer several specially selected guidebooks that you can comfortably carry in a rucksack pocket or walking jacket.
To order by fax, please use the number 01609 883822.

 
The Cotswold Way
The Cotswold Way
by Kev Reynolds
This guidebook will fit snugly into your jacket or rucksack pocket and you can hold it one hand as you....read more.

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Cotswold Way (British Walking Guide) Second Edition
Cotswold Way (British Walking Guide) Second Edition
by Tricia & Bob Hayne
The Cotswold Way is a 102-mile (163km) National Trail that runs from Chipping Campden to Bath, following....read more.

Purchase our recommended Coast to Coast walking maps and guides at Amazon.co.uk

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The essential decision to make in choosing a guidebook is: do you want your route finding instructions kept separate from your background commentary, so that you can readily find them as you walk? If the answer is "yes", you're looking at Kev Reynolds.

The Cotswold Way has inspired a wide choice of high quality guides, all written from deep love of the area. They include the historical depth of Richard Sale, the inspiration of Kev Reynolds, the authority of the Ordnance Survey behind Anthony Burton and the native's viewpoint in Mark Richards'.