Dursley Welcomes Walkers
We would like you to visit Dursley and go on some wonderful walks while you are here!
The 2020 Dursley Walking Festival took place from 7th to 11th October, for the full programme of walks please visit the 'Dursley Welcomes Walkers' website link below.
The Family Treasure Hunt competition will run until Friday 30th October. Just follow the route and look out for the 20 objects/sites as depicted in the photos and answer the questions, all details available from:
The town of Dursley is situated in a wooded valley under the Cotswold escarpment. The countryside around Dursley provides plenty of attractive walks including the footpaths over Stinchcombe Hill, Cam Peak and Cam Long Down where you will have wonderful views over the River Severn towards Wales and the Forest of Dean, the Malvern Hills or south towards the Seven Estuary and the Bristol area.
Dursley is situated on the Cotswold Way National Trail, the long distance trail from Chipping Camden to Bath, and is an ideal centre for walking the trail.
Every year the town hosts the 'Dursley Walking Festival', which offers a full programme of free walks for a range of abilities exploring the glorious Cotswold countryside and heritage. The Festival is organised by the Dursley Welcomes Walkers Group.
In addition to the Dursley Welcomes Walkers website (link above), please see the links below for local walking information & routes:
Dursley's Lantern Way Walk (PDF, 2.9 Mb)
Dursley Health Walks (PDF, 2.1 Mb)
3 Mile Circular Walk Visiting Breakheart Quarry (PDF, 291 Kb)
- Walk from Cam & Dursley Station - Stinchcombe Hill
- Korea Friendship Trail - Cotswold Way