Anne at Walk the Landscape

Anne at Walk the Landscape

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Banbury  ·  I love the English countryside and offer guided walks and self-guided walking/hiking holidays in the Cotswolds and central England, so others can enjoy.
Anne at Walk the Landscape
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Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds: Sunset at the end of the day's walk

The Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds grazing sheep on green rolling hills and villages built from honey coloured limestone.

Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds: Bourton-on-the-Water at the end of the trail.

The Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds grazing sheep on green rolling hills and villages built from honey coloured limestone.

Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds: The Mill at Lower Slaughter

The Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds grazing sheep on green rolling hills and villages built from honey coloured limestone.

Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds: Donnington Brewery

The Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds grazing sheep on green rolling hills and villages built from honey coloured limestone.

Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds: A frosty morning near Longborough

The Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds grazing sheep on green rolling hills and villages built from honey coloured limestone.

Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds: Longborough rooftops

The Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds grazing sheep on green rolling hills and villages built from honey coloured limestone.

Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds: Looking back on Blockley

The Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds grazing sheep on green rolling hills and villages built from honey coloured limestone.

Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds: Looking back on Broad Campden

The Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds grazing sheep on green rolling hills and villages built from honey coloured limestone.

Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds: The market hall at Chipping Campden

The Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds grazing sheep on green rolling hills and villages built from honey coloured limestone.

Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds: Good signing in the Cotswolds!

The Heart of England Way in the Cotswolds grazing sheep on green rolling hills and villages built from honey coloured limestone.

Thames Path: early spring blossom in Oxford

Early spring blossom on a cherry tree by St Mary’s the University church. If you would like to visit Oxford on a walking tour, check out the Thames Path, the Oxford Canal and Shakespeare’s Way or Contact Us to find out more.

Heart of England Way in Warwickshire

Images of the Warwickshire countryside along the Heart of England Way

Heart of England Way in Warwickshire

Images of the Warwickshire countryside along the Heart of England Way

Heart of England Way in Warwickshire

Images of the Warwickshire countryside along the Heart of England Way

Heart of England Way in Warwickshire

Images of the Warwickshire countryside along the Heart of England Way

Heart of England Way in Warwickshire

Images of the Warwickshire countryside along the Heart of England Way