Walking in the Cotswold with children is a book for parents whose children may not be as keen to go walking as they are. The Cotswolds offers some idyllic walking country and is Britain's largest officially designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'.
Walking in the Cotswolds with Children
This book takes you to all the best places plus a few gems that even the locals aren't aware of. Each route has been carefully chosen to provide plenty of interest for both parents and children alike. Many walks have safe places for children to paddle, and over half are pushchair friendly. Paths follow well established rights-of-way and directions are clear enough for an older child to join in the fun by leading the walk. Along the way there are leaves to collect, questions to answer, tick lists and text of interest to children.
About the author:
Dave Meredith has lived in the Forest of Dean and has known the Cotswolds for most of his life and knows many of its' forgotten places. He has also written Walks in the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley, published by Sigma Press. Dave has organised and led many walks in the Lake District, Scotland and North Wales.