You will see lovely views across the rolling Cotswold Hills, but perhaps the most spectacular is the view that greets you at the halfway point, across Gorse Valley towards the village of Kineton.
For centuries, the landscape has been shaped by grazing animals, particularly sheep. In the Middle Ages, the Cotswolds were famous throughout Europe as the source of the finest quality wool. At the time, 50% of England’s economy was based on wool and huge flocks of Cotswold sheep roamed the land. You can still see these native sheep grazing here at the Farm Park today.