In September 2012, a section of the Bruce Trail at the Lion's Head Nature Reserve was twinned with a section of the Cotswold Way, located in England.
The Cotswold Way is a 102 mile National Trail in the west of England stretching between the beautiful market town of Chipping Campden in the north and the World Heritage Site of Bath in the south. This iconic walk leads you along the Cotswold Escarpment, giving you a taste of all that makes this area special. From stunning bluebell woods to open grassland with breathtaking views, through sleepy villages to thriving market towns, the Cotswold Way touches on unique variety of experience and earns its reputation of one of the world's finest walks.
Walkers on Haresfield Beacon
[Cotswold Way 1]
River Severn from Haresfield Beacon
[Cotswold Way 2]
Cotswold Way fingerpost
[Cotswold Way 3]
Cotswold Way through Standish Wood
[Cotswold Way 4]
Click on the following link for the Cotswold Way Friendship Trail map in England.
Cotswold Way Friendship Trail Map (.pdf, 256.2 KB)
The Friendship Trail on the Bruce Trail located in the Peninsula Club, Map 38.
[Cotswold Way FT Route]
The following is a short video of the opening of the Cotswold Way Friendship Trail on the Bruce Trail.