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Please note that these documents are awaiting revision and that some features may now be absent. We advise that these walks are undertaken in conjunction with maps 168 and 179 of the Ordnance Survey Explorer Map series.

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1Circular Walk Collection
Circular Walk Collection

1.Daneway to Stonehouse


3.Brookthorpe with Whaddon

4.Upton St Leonards and Prinknash

5.Cranham and Sheepscombe

7.Standish (Please note most of the signposts have disappeared)

8.Haresfield Beacon and Standish Wood

9.Westrip and Doverow Hill

10.Randwick, Whiteshill and Pitchcombe

11.Selsley and the Stanleys

12.Selsley and Woodchester

13.Woodchester and Amberley

15.Minchinhampton and Hyde

16.Rodborough and Kingscourt

17.Arlingham and Overton

18.Frampton-on-Severn and Whitminster

19.Longney and Grove End


21.Eastington and Beard's Mill

22.Frocester and Coaley

23.Lower Cam and Coaley

25.Stinchcombe and Stancombe

26.Sheep Path Wood, Cam and Cam Peak

27.Dursley Woods and Downham Hill

28.Newmarket, Lutheridge and Horsley

29.Ledgemore, Longtree and Barton End

30.Berkeley and Wanswell

31.Berkeley and The Severn

32.Berkeley and Stone

33.Nympsfield and Owlpen



36.Painswick and Slad

37.Bisley and Lypiatt

38.Bisley and Oakridge

39.Bisley and Upper Toadsmoor Valley

40.Thrupp and Lypiatt

41.Wotton under Edge

42.Wotton under Edge and Kingswood


44.North Nibley and Westridge

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Cotswold Way National Trail

To download walks in the Stroud District along the Cotswold Way click on the link below and go to

  •  7 - Cranham
  •  8 - Sesley
  • 9 - Cam
  • 10 - Wotton-under-Edge
  • The Cotswolds Korea Friendship Trail - Stinchcombe Hill 

Circular Walks along the Cotswold Way

Cotswold Way - Jubilee Walks

As part of 2012's Diamond Jubilee celebrations, Voluntary Wardens have created a brand new series of 'miles without stiles' walking routes throughout the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to help you easily explore and enjoy our countryside and landscape.To download the Jubilee walks in the Stroud District along the Cotswold Way click on the links below:

Stroudwater Canal Walk

Walk along the towpath from Stroud to Stonehouse, on a route produced in association with the Royal Geographical Society, telling the story of the Stroud Valley - from the past, present to the future. With plenty to observe along the way including mills, locks, bridges, warehouses, beautiful scenery and wildlife.

Scarlet and Green Stroud Trails

These walking trails allow you to explore not only the countryside around us, but some of the sites within the town itself. This includes some of the history and culture of the town and valleys that surround it.

PDFPDF Walk 1 Stroud to Rodborough Common

PDFPDF Walk 2 Stroud Town to Stratford Park