Family Walks in CheltenhamPublished:
We are so fortunate to live in one of the most beautiful parts of the country, with lots of wonderful walks and spaces to explore nearby.
Below we've started to round up some local family-friendly walks, tried and tested by Cheltenham Rocks readers.
If you know of a walk that we could feature here, please get in touch - we'd love to include it.
Family walks in and around Cheltenham
Queens Wood / Prestbury Wood
A really varied walk, with open fields, dens, wildflowers and deep dark woods. Find out more
Cleeve Hill Butterfly Conservation Area
This is a lovely little walk that includes a great view of Cheltenham, chance to spot some of the many butterflies, a wooded area, and opportunities for a longer walk if everyone is in the right mood. Find out more
The Honeybourne Line (Pushchair Friendly)
This is the ideal nature walk/scooter/bike trail for kids because it’s not too long. Please note there are a few play areas along the route, and current advice is to avoid using these. Find out more
A walk that can be different every time you visit, just on the outskirts of Cheltenham. Find out more
Belas Knap, Winchcombe
A short yet steep walk, taking in fields, woodlands and beautiful views. Find out more
Plock Court, Longford (Pushchair Friendly)
Full of wildflowers in summer, a lovely open space lined with trees. Pushchair friendly with easy parking. Find out more
Siccaridge is a wonderful example of an ancient coppiced woodland, a joy at any time of year. Watch out for beautiful butterflies, and sleepy doormice as you explore. Find out more
A circular walk around Chosen Hill
This two mile walk runs around the lower reaches of the hill. It is a fairly easy and takes in open fields and woods. There are a few styles along the way so not pushchair friendly. Find out more