Michal Immerwahr, Don Immerwahr, Lisa Immerwahr, Stephen Immerwahr, F. Vaughan Immerwahr, Etta Lilienthal
From: Seattle WA
Started: 4th Aug, 2019 — Finished: 10th Aug, 2019
Ieuan and Craig Trevallion
From: Ryde,IOW, England
Started: 28th Jul, 2019 — Finished: 4th Aug, 2019
I, IeuanT (10 years old), carried all my kit and camped.it was a very enjoyable trip(my legs are still hurting)! The cakes at the bakery at Wootton-under-Edge and climbing the Tyndale Monument to see a hot air balloon at 8.30am were amazing!
Al Warner and Jonne Warner
From: Erie, PA, United States
Started: 22nd Jul, 2019 — Finished: 30th Jul, 2019
Loved this walk, the countryside, and the people we met. I was in love with the whole process every day (even though we walked through some of England's hottest weather ever).
Steve Haigh & Shirley Bull
Started: 17th Jul, 2019 — Finished: 24th Jul, 2019
Brilliant walk. We did it from Bath to Chipping Campden, the opposite direction to most other people! It was great to start in Bath then end peacefully in the true Cotswold town of Chipping Campden. The walk was well waymarked so very easy to navigate. The weather was glorious 😁
From: Hornsea, East Riding of Yorkshire
Started: 17th Jul, 2019 — Finished: 21st Jul, 2019
A lovely walk along the escarpments of the Cotswolds, through many woodland paths, and up and down many hills! This was the most challenging long distant walk I have ever done, but well worth it.
Winifred Hunsburger, Dave Hunsburger
From: Toronto, Canada
Started: 6th Jul, 2019 — Finished: 14th Jul, 2019
Lovely walk through fields and forest, Marvellous landscapes and views - but best of all - meeting and laughing with other walkers.
Scott and Mary Kate Paeplow
From: Dayton, Ohio, USA
Started: 27th Jun, 2019 — Finished: 6th Jul, 2019
We had an AMAZING experience...absolutely beautiful walk through the countryside with gorgeous views. Walked north to south (Chipping Campden to Bath) and loved ending our walk at the magnificent Abbey. Would highly recommend!
Started: 24th Jun, 2019 — Finished: 5th Jul, 2019
Steve, Deb, Sophie and Josie Poe
From: Oak Park, Illinois USA
Started: 20th Jun, 2019 — Finished: 2nd Jul, 2019
We enjoyed all 13 days of our walk from Chipping Campden to Bath. Beautiful vistas, lovely towns, and wonderful people (and their dogs) were encountered along the Way. A big American thank you to all those who work to maintain the trail and the waymarking!
Kerstin Schulz & Eveline Fehr
Started: 23rd Jun, 2019 — Finished: 29th Jun, 2019
We loved to walk the Cotswolds Way. The way is well marked, we enjoyed the landscape, the people and the work of the nation trust. Thank you for everything you do! You do a great job.
From: Horsham, West Sussex
Started: 17th Jun, 2019 — Finished: 22nd Jun, 2019
Fantastic trek, well signposted and looked after, easy to organise last minute.
The Tall Girls
From: South East England
Started: 17th Jun, 2019 — Finished: 21st Jun, 2019
5 days from Chipping Campden to Bath stopping at Winchcombe, Birdlip, Dursley and Tomarton and only 2 cream teas! Warm welcome in all the B&B, even when arriving soaking wet. Lovely encounters on route with people and dogs. Beautiful villages with cottages in lovely gardens and impressive manor houses with magnificent parks, all surrounded by lovely view. Of course it is going up and down and up again but this is the guarantee of an ever changing view behind the hill. This was our first National Trail but will not be the last one!
Frank B Turner Jr, Loy S Turner, and Ivy D Turner
From: Covington, Georgia USA
Started: 7th Jun, 2019 — Finished: 14th Jun, 2019
Wonderful experience we will never forget. Tougher hills than we frankly expected and daily rain but altogether a wonderful experience!
Started: 4th Jun, 2019 — Finished: 13th Jun, 2019
A very beautiful walk. However, the weather was uncooperative. A great deal of rain, wind, and cool temperatures. Very English. I loved the peaceful countryside and friendly people.
From: Prudhoe, Northumberland, UK
Started: 6th Jun, 2019 — Finished: 12th Jun, 2019
A week of mixed weather didn't dampen my spirits. It's a fantastic route, full of variety and interest. Met some interesting people along the way and friends accompanied me on three of the seven days. Loved the wildlife, wild flowers, views, history, peaceful churches and unexpected experiences... such as a the comments book in Dyrham woods, meeting 2000 runners doing the 'Race to the Tower', learning from a warden that 2/3 of the UKs butterfly species can be found on Stonchcombe Hill - and so on. The high' of seeing that first view of Bath was also a highlight.