Covid Secure Events - getting back outdoors
All of our groups are now able to offer events. Events may accept up to 30 attendees, including walk leaders, in accordance with Sport England and Ramblers' agreed procedures. Individual events may have a lower limit on participation at the discretion of the local group, of the walk leader, or as required by local regulations.
You will only be permitted to attend a GOC event if you have registered in advance via the website. Every person attending an event must register individually. A record of participants at all events will be kept, and will be shared with NHS Track and Trace if requested.
GOC discourages the sharing of lifts to reach events.
Any event may need to be cancelled at short notice in order to comply with local lockdown regulations, or where an event leader is required to self-isolate. Always check the website for any last minute changes in the morning before travelling to an event.
When attending an event, please ensure that you bring a supply of hand sanitizer and a face covering along with your usual food and walking equipment.
If you, or someone in your household, has Covid-19 symptoms you should self-isolate in line with government guidelines, and must not take part in GOC events. Symptoms include a high temperature, a new continuous cough and the loss, or a change to your sense of smell or taste.
Are you ‘clinically vulnerable’? If you (or someone you live with) are at higher risk of getting seriously ill from coronavirus, you should take extra care to minimise contact with others from outside your household.Taking part in a GOC activity may put you and those around you at higher risk. It may not be the right decision at this time. Remember – everyone over 70, and those with certain underlying health conditions are considered to be ‘clinically vulnerable’
No visit to the Cotswolds would be complete without a visit to the quintessential Cotswold village of Broadway, Worcestershire.
This walk has it all, Broadway village, several hill climbs, spectacular views, and of course, a visit to the highest point in the Cotswolds, Broadway Tower.
The tower is an iconic landmark on top of the beautiful Cotswold escarpment. It was the brainchild of the great 18th century landscape designer, "Capability Brown". His vision was carried out for George William 6th Earl of Coventry with the help of renowned architect James Wyatt and completed in 1798.
This 9.5 mile walk will include 2 long and steady hill climbs. With beautiful views throughout the walk, plus some lovely woodland and meadow scenery, the walker is then rewarded with spectacular views when we finally reach the top of the escarpment.
Terrain / Difficulty
A combination of field paths, bridleways, old drovers roads, and a little road walking.