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Named green disc with mill wheelIsbourne Way

23 km / 14 miles

Gloucestershire, Worcestershire
The Isbourne Way follows the River Isbourne from its source on Cleeve Hill to its confluence with the Warwickshire Avon at Evesham. It passes through Winchcombe, Toddington, Wormington and Sedgeberrow and features woods, open countryside, villages and towns with pubs and shops, and sites of interest such as mills and churches.

The trail itself is linear but the guidebook produced by Winchcombe Walkers are Welcome suggests a route from Winchcombe to the source and a return route from Evesham. See Connected Paths section below for details.


Path Type
Other Paths
Waymark: Named green disc with mill wheel
Named green disc with mill wheel
Other Paths; Average Gradients; Agricultural land; River
SO996263 - Washpool, Cleeve Hill, Gloucestershire
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SP030431 - River Avon, Evesham, Worcestershire
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Publications, Badges and Certificates:

Isbourne Way (Walkers are Welcome - Winchcombe - 2014)


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Walkers are Welcome

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Accommodation within 5 Km of this Path:

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Along Path
Ellenborough Park  (bookable online)
3 Km
< 1 Km
Walkers are Welcome
< 1 Km
4 Km

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Route Profile:

22.8 Km (14.2 miles)
136 m (446 ft) ascent
213 m (699 ft)  maximum height