Named as a Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty we visit Uley Bury, a fascinating Iron Age Fort with far reaching views. We then cross open fields to reach Uley Long Barrow (known as Hetty Pegler’s Tump locally) and experience the atmospheric site where temples from the Neolithic and Roman eras once stood.
From the meeting point in Uley we ascend a fairly steep path to Uley Bury, a fascinating Iron Age Fort named as a Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Far reaching views surround the fort, including Uley Valley and the Vale of Berkley - even to the River Severn on clear days.
After exploring the fort, we cross open fields to reach Uley Long Barrow (known as Hetty Pegler’s Tump locally).
Descending through ancient woodland, we will experience the atmospheric site where temples from the Neolithic and Roman eras once stood, before ambling through fields back to our starting point.
This walk includes one steep climb, and one descent. This is not a race, and is designed to be climbed in sections, with resting periods. We class this is a moderate walk.
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