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2016/08/23 10:04:09 (permalink)

Routes around the Cotswolds

This thread lists various routes used by Cotswold region for its social runs and other touring events. New routes are added from time to time. Feel free to use them as you wish but please bear in mind that all route information provided is for guidance only and is included to help you get to the destination safely, easily and enjoyably. It is not necessarily the shortest or most economical route.
 
The rating shown is a fairly arbitrary guide (given out of five smiles with five being the highest ranked) to provide a relative indication as to the enjoyment factor you may expect. It does of course vary with time of year and traffic conditions so no warranty is given or implied. Clicking on the links will take you to Google Maps from where you can save or print out* the route and other details. Please email us with any feedback you may have about these routes.
 
We hope you will enjoy driving them.
 

 
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post edited by BartyB - 2016/09/04 12:06:29

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    1. Moreton - Stow - Northleach - Bampton 2016/08/23 11:11:20 (permalink)
     
    Driving time: 01hr 02min
    Distance: c. 40 miles
    Description: A relaxed one-way run on mostly A class roads starting from the Club's HQ at Moreton-in-Marsh and ending at Aston Pottery Café near Bampton. The roads are generally well-maintained tarmac with few potholes. This has been used several times by R31 for its Tea Bun Runs.
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    You can view the route on GoogleMaps or download the route as a PDF document.
     
    post edited by BartyB - 2016/09/04 12:02:26

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    2. Cirencester - Bath - Cheddar Gorge - Shepton Mallet - Devizes - Marlborough 2016/08/23 11:12:36 (permalink)
     
    Driving time: 04hr 30min
    Distance: c. 135 miles
    Description: A very enjoyable long circular run on mainly A class roads. Roads are generally well-maintained tarmac with few potholes. This route has been used by R31 for its Trans Wessex Troglodite Tour.
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    You can view the route on GoogleMaps or download the route as a PDF document.
    post edited by BartyB - 2016/09/03 18:53:31

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    3. Moreton - Stow - Burford - Cirencester - Lechlade - Bampton 2016/09/03 18:31:54 (permalink)

    Driving time: 01hr 30min
    Distance: c. 52 miles
    Description: An enjoyable run on a mix of A roads and quiet single track roads. The route starts from the Club's HQ at Moreton-in-Marsh and finishes at the Aston Pottery Café near Bampton. Roads are reasonably well-maintained tarmac with few potholes. This route has been used by R31 for its Tea Bun Run.
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    You can view the route on GoogleMaps or download the route as a PDF document.
    post edited by BartyB - 2016/09/04 12:04:57

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