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Lower Slaughter Things to Do: 28 reviews and 44 photos

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Having made the decision to walk to Upper Slaughter we chanced upon a couple (pic 4) who were doing exactly the same thing and we continually overlapped as one or the other stopped to look at something or take a photo.
At times the trees covered the road (pic 4 again) but at other times there were scenes of the rolling verdant fields with a manor house planted here and there (pics 2 and 3). About half way you come to the intersection in the main photo and even it is partly overgrown by the lush growth prompted by the moist conditions.
As an introduction to the pleasures of walking in the Cotswolds, a guided walk with one of the Cotswolds Voluntary Wardens offers an unrivalled experience. Programmes are published by the service twice yearly, with walks taking place almost daily. Designed with great care to be enjoyed by walkers of all ages, abilities and interests, they are graded from easy through to strenuous, vary in length from just a couple of miles up to 12 miles or more and most are provided free of charge. Details can be obtained from Cheltenham Tourism, or direct from the Cotswolds AONB Service. Tel. +44 (0) 1451 862000.

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  • Updated Dec 19, 2005
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