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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Berkeley and Dursley.

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Start and end points

Grid RefST6838099281
Lat / Lon 51.69139° / -2.45883°
Easting / Northing368,381E / 199,282N
Grid RefST7562298126
Lat / Lon 51.68136° / -2.35399°
Easting / Northing375,622E / 198,126N

Berdur One's land is

Arable 37.3%
Pasture 32.3%
Urban 21.5%
Woods 8.9%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Joan in Dursley

02 May 2021

This is a lovely route from Berkeley to the A38 but unfortunately after that we ran into some problems.
Between the A38 and the M4 the footpaths marked through farmers fields no longer existed and the fields were planted with crops.
One gate was locked and had barbed wire over the top, some had been forced aside to allow a narrow space to climb over.
The level crossing over the railway had a sign saying it was closed. The steps up the railway embankment to the former crossing were dilapidated and overgrown with brambles and the Stiles were falling apart.
Most Stiles on this section were in overgrown hedges and the step up was loose or broken. Planks over ditches were rotten and my son put his foot straight through one.
After the motorway underpass, there is no path to the left, the brambles were over head height.
We diverted to stinchcombe village and walked home on the road from there.
Overall not a pleasant experience and unfortunately the closure of the level crossing and state of Stiles made this a difficult, or even impassable route.

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