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Top Spring walks in Cheltenham and Gloucester

Our top picks

With Spring on the horizon, and the Cotswolds on our doorstep, here’s out top Spring walks to enjoy.

Leckhampton Loop

This picturesque walk takes you around the stunning Leckhampton Hill, and even explores some parts of the 102-mile Cotswold Way (don’t worry, this loop is only 4.5 miles). The views are incredible, and you’ll also see some Iron-Age remains!

Top tip: You can easily access the start of the walk by the 51 bus, so it’s perfect for if you haven’t got a car.


Beautiful but windy walk up #leckhamptonhill this afternoon on my quest to see the #devilschimney Absolutely stunning views – highly recommend a visit if you are near #cheltenham 🙌🏻. #getoutmore #walking #hillfort #gloucestershire #dogwalking #cockapoos #thecotswolds

♬ Bad, touching, ballad, piano, for video – Dream Side Records

Cirencester park

If you fancy an easy walk with no hills or stiles, the circular walk through Cirencester Park is ideal.

After your relaxing stroll, Cirencester is a great town to explore, with plenty of cute coffee shops and independent shops.

Robinswood Hill Country Park

Located on the edge of the city of Gloucester, Robinswood Hill country park is a great place to explore, and super easy to get to.

There are various different routes to follow, so you can choose a walk to suit you.


Despite the windy January weather, my bestie and I explored some of #cleevehill today on our weekly walk. Cleeve is the highest part of #thecotswolds hill range and offers extensive views across cheltenham. #gloucestershire #englishcountryside #scenicview #dogwalking #getoutside #walking #mindfulness

♬ Soft ballad playing in music box – cesario

Cleeve Hill

The tallest point in the whole county, Cleeve Hill sits above Cheltenham and offers stunning views across Gloucestershire on a clear spring day.

Did we mention there’s also lambs on this hill during this time of year?!

Top tip: The Rising Sun pub on the hill is a great spot to enjoy a drink and watch the sunset.


Broadway Tower is an iconic landmark within the Cotswolds. It’s set within 200 acres of parkland, so there’s plenty to explore. Broadway itself is also worth visiting to get a taste of a picture-perfect Cotswold village.