Amy Walks: Chipping Campden & Dovers Hill
Following our walk around Ebrington a couple of weeks prior, Jodie and I headed back out on another socially distanced trek. This time, we tackled the National Trails’ Cotswold Way circular at from Chipping Campden to Dovers Hill.
It was another fine day, weather wise, with the sun shining intermittently. We first headed in to the town for a quick look around the old Market Hall. Once we’d had enough of buildings, we worked our way in to the countryside and up to Dovers Hill.
It was a decent stomp, with the hill providing harder work for our legs. Luckily, taking photographs gave us the ideal opportunities to have plenty of breaks and catch our breath! The views from the top of Dovers Hill were definitely worth the climb too. Our descent then took us back to Chipping Campden. We also had another quick pit stop at the Market Hall, as the light was a lot less harsh.
Yet again, I enjoyed another brilliant walk with my wonderful friend. Jodie has since been bogged down with studying for exams that she’s booked on to – three in one month, poor woman!! – so I haven’t been able to do any more walks with her. But I can’t wait for our next one already, they’re always so good!
Here are the photos; I would highly recommend this route to all those who are able! If you are unable to do the walk itself, there is also a car park at the top of Dovers Hill; which makes the views accessible to anyone who want to see them. Happy walking, everyone!