A strong contender for my favourite stage of the Cotswold Way – the stretch between King’s Stanley and Painswick packs so much into its relatively short nine miles that I thought it deserved its own album!
What I was surprised to come across on my way were the many vineyards lining the side of the trail above King’s Stanley – in what turned out to be one of the very few locations in England which successfully produces wine (an aromatic but dry white, apparently)!
Along the way, my camera and I were (very) regularly detained by wonderful views. Here’s just a handful of my photos from a day on the Cotswold Way …
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