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An old standing stone in the first field on the right marks a boundary from the days of the great abbey and cathedral estates when the parish of Cutsdean was one of several islands of Worcestershire within Gloucestershire and Warwickshire. On this walk you pass mature beech, ash and oak trees on the right, and to the left pasture and arable fields. Look out for foxes, deer and buzzards.
This walk is part of the Walks on Wheels series of short routes throughout the Cotswolds AONB that can be explored by users of wheelchairs, power scooters and children's buggies. Walks on Wheels was devised by the Cotswold Voluntary Wardens to mark their 40 years of helping to improve access to the Cotswolds and conserve its special landscape.
Assuming a constant pace and no stops, typically it will take 22 minutes to walk the distance and along the way 98 calories will be burnt.