Walks, Routes and Maps on The Monarch's Way in Walk Grade Order (Click each Walk Title for more details)
The Monarch's Way is a 984km (615 miles) linear footpath connecting Worcester in Worcestershire, England with Shoreham in East Sussex, England.
The Monarch's Way is waymarked by named posts with a crown in an oak tree motif. It follows the escape route of Charles II after the Battle of Worcester in 1651.
Route Summary: - Chedworth Roman Villa, The Macmillan Way, River Coln, Yanworth Common, Yanworth Wood, Streetfold, Yanworth, Dean Grove, Sheep Wash, Oxpens Farm, The Monarch's Way, Stowell Grove, Budford's Grove, Yanworth Mill, River Coln, Chedworth Woods, Chedworth Roman Villa.
Route Summary: - Eartham Woods, The Monarch's Way, Selhurst Park Farm, Red Copse, Chisledown, Eastdean Hill, Pillygreen Lodges, Halnaker Gallop, Open Winkins, Ladys Winkins, Little Copse, Little Halnaker, Halnaker, Boxgrove Priory, Boxgrove Commoon, Warehead Farm, Halnaker Hill, Stane Street (Roman Road), Bushy Copse, Eartham Woods.