Over the last 7,000 years a tremendous range of economic activities have been carried out on the southern slopes of the Cotswolds.
From prehistoric flint knapping to 18th century brass hammering. From curly-haired sheep to organic dairy herds. From horse racing to pleasure boating. From local hostelries to holiday cottages. From micro-businesses to multi-national corporations.
This walk explores local enterprise; discover how people have exploited the landscape and earned a living.
View and print off the route for free at Discovering Britain